Bad Bunny Wraps Up His First-Ever U.S. Tour With Sold-Out Shows in Miami & Orlando

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Bad Bunny performs at Amway Center on April 29, 2018 in Orlando, Fla.  

Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, better known as Bad Bunny, has become the king of Latin trap, and as proof of this, the singer just wrapped up his first-ever tour in the United States with two sold-out shows in Miami and Orlando.

The singer, who last week participated as a panelist at the Billboard Latin Music Conference, arrived in Miami with his La Nueva Religion Tour and deliberated a two-hour show that began with his hit "Tu No Metes Cabra" and included "Me Acostumbre," "Vuelve," " Te Bote," the "Dura" remix, "Amorforda" and "Chambea.”

La Nueva Religion Tour -- which visited 14 cities in total -- is Bad Bunny’s first tour in the United States without the artist having released a record. All Bad Bunny hits have been released as singles or are collaborations with other artists.

Now, Bad Bunny is ready to perform at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico. "La Nueva Religion Tour" will resume in mid-August and will visit more than 10 cities across the country, including Boston, Houston, Nashville and Washington, D.C., among others.

Watch Bad Bunny performing “Amorfoda” in Miami:


El Conejo Malo in #Miami #amorfoda

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