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Bad Bunny Unveils Video For Wistful 'Si Estuviésemos Juntos': Watch

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Bad Bunny, "Si Estuviésemos Juntos"

Bad Bunny has debuted yet another entrancing new music video for his wistful trap-song “Si Estuviésemos Juntos,” out today (Feb. 14).

The nostalgic Spanish-trap song tells the story of the Puerto Rican reggaetonero reminiscing about a former lover, with the video -- directed by himself and Fernando Lugo --  providing elegantly executed visuals of an all-white-suit-clad Bad Bunny (born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) in a festive wedding ceremony alongside a beautiful brunette, but the ending is not what you expect it might be.

“Y me pregunto, qué hubiera pasado/ Si estuviésemos juntos, aún enamorados,” Bad Bunny raps on the chorus. Translation: “And I wonder what would have happened/ If we were together, still in love.”

The song is the eight track off of Billboard’s most recent cover star’s debut LP X100PRE, and even makes a reference to 2006 RKM y Ken-Y song, “Down,” in the lyrics ("Listening to Masterpiece, baby I feel down/ If I do not have your skin, down").

Check out Bad Bunny’s music video for “Si Estuviésemos Juntos” below.

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