Bad Bunny’s concert on a moving truck

Vocalist Bad Bunny took to the New York City roads Sunday to put on a meandering act on head of a metro vehicle like confine on a flatbed truck. The Puerto Rican lyricist, 26, begun in the Bronx at 6 p.m. what’s more, drove south, performing on his versatile stage as his driver explored towards Manhattan, through Washington Heights and afterward Harlem.

Fans were seen on the walkways along the Bunny trail, putting forth a valiant effort to stay aware of the vehicle as it advanced midtown.

The show made its last stop at Harlem Hospital, where Bad Bunny — conceived Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio — expressed gratitude toward bleeding edge laborers for all they have done during the pandemic, NBC announced.

The occasion was livestreamed and acted in a joint effort with Verizon and Univision’s music occasions arm, Uforia, out of appreciation for Hispanic Heritage Month.

“We are incredibly eager to praise the lavishness of Latinx culture during Hispanic Heritage Month with this unique livestreaming experience, and furthermore celebrate the Puerto Rico people group’s strength on the third commemoration of Hurricane Maria, in organization with Verizon,” said Univision’s leader of radio, Jesus Lara, Billboard revealed. “We are glad to exhibit the aestheticness of Bad Bunny who has had such a significant effect on our way of life and the music business on the loose.”

The artist’s fans immediately got breeze of the show and shared their fervor via web-based media.


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