Kenneth Partridge Contributor

Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny: How a Latin Trap Artist Is Changing the World of Pop

In just over two years, Bad Bunny has gone from bagging groceries to shaping music culture as leader of the Latin trap explosion. In 2017, he landed an amazing 15 songs on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart, and this year, he went mainstream in a big way, scoring a Hot 100 chart-topper with his feature on Cardi B’s ubiquitous summer jam “I Like It.” Bad Bunny is quickly becoming an icon.
A view of food vendors at the 2016 Panorama NYC Festival - Day 2 at Randall's Island on July 23, 2016 in New York City.

5 Summer Music Festivals Foodies Can't Miss

Food at music festivals has come a long way. Noshing whilst rocking used to mean standing in endlessly long lines just to buy hot dogs, burgers and overpriced bottles of water. Non-carnivores had to settle for french fries or fried dough. But over the last decade, events across the country have stepped up their culinary game in a big way. Nowadays, a festival’s restaurant lineup can be almost as important as its artist roster.