Bad Bunny announces his temporary withdrawal from music

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The Puerto Rican artist is taking a sabbatical for mental health reasons and speculation is already brewing about his next off-stage project

The music world is losing one of its most influential artists. Bad Bunny can’t take it anymore and announces a stop in his career. The Puerto Rican singer confirms the latest rumors and will retire from the stage in 2023, although that does not mean he will stop. There is already speculation about his possible signing by the well-known American wrestling company WWE.

Bad Bunny decides to quit for mental health reasons: “I’m going to take a break. 2023 is for me, for my physical health, my emotional health, to breathe, to enjoy my achievements… Let’s celebrate. We’re going here, we’re going there, we’re going on the boat…», he says, somewhat wearily. Although he has some signed commitments, the pressure is off him.

2022 was a great success for the Puerto Rican. He is the most streamed Latin American artist on Spotify thanks to his album ‘Un verano sin ti’, which contains some of the most listened songs of the year, such as ‘Tití me pregunta’. Time magazine ranks him as one of the 100 most influential people in the world, and Pitchfork included him in its ranking of the 25 most influential artists in history. The latest published data estimates his fortune at more than forty million dollars.

Source: La Verdad

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