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“Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar” review: An ode to media, relationships, and fans

Courtesy of Rimas Entertainment

Benito Martinez, famously known as “Bad Bunny”, released his fifth solo album on Friday, Oct. 13 collaborating with newcomers and veteran artists alike, including Young Miko, Arcángel, Bryant Myers, De La Ghetto, Eladio Carrión, Feid, Luar La L, Mora, Ñengo, and YOVNGCHIMI.

Besides featuring other reggaeton artists, “The Godfather” himself, Al Pacino, made a guest appearance in Bad Bunny’s music video ‘Monaco’, which is the second song on the track.

The album titled “Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana”, with 22 tracks, started off as a stab to the media’s negative comments about his life in the introductory track ‘NADIE SABE’, which translates to ‘no one knows’. From critiques about his new relationship to the media comparing him to other artists, Bad Bunny responds by plain out asking “Why am I the example to follow?”

His songs go on to explain how difficult it is to have millions of eyes on you at all times giving their opinions without knowing him.

A shift in the album happens in track three ‘FINA’ featuring Young Miko, an upcoming new artist from Puerto Rico. This track dives more into his intimate relationship with Kendall Jenner that has broken the internet.

Fans don’t particularly like their relationship and these two songs are a response to their comments. Bad Bunny responds by saying that why would he care what people who don’t know him think.

There is also speculation that his 17th song ‘WHERE SHE GOES’ is also about Kendall Jenner.

The whole album is fast paced and you notice how much thought he puts on his lyrics. Once you have heard the whole album you realize that there is an ongoing theme: confessions, secrets, and truth.

The album is mostly trap dominated, which fans had been anticipating for years saying, “Where is 2016 Bad Bunny?”

Bad Bunny poured his heart out by talking about his feelings, fears, frustrations, goals, and aspirations making this album vastly different from his last.

His last song on the album titled ‘UN PREVIEW’ is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a preview for what’s to come.

This album was said to be dedicated for his fans back home in Puerto Rico. Featuring Puerto Rican artists and using Puerto Rican slang makes this album so unique. It might even bring up confusion with other latinos because the wording in his lyrics can be a little tricky to understand at first.

‘MONACO’, ‘FINA’, ‘PERRO NEGRO’, and ‘HIBIKI’ are within the most listened songs in the world, making Bad Bunny keep his spot as the most listened to artist for the fourth year in a row.


“Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar” is now available on Spotify and Apple Music.

Illustration by Ariel Landry
Illustration by Ariel Landry

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    Natalia SilvaOct 27, 2023 at 4:31 pm

    So so so awesome great review woww!!!! :)))))