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Bad Bunny’s Best Gender-Bending Fashion Outfits

Bad Bunny has been surprising fans with his gender bending fashion choices each time he steps out pretty much anywhere. What is most eyebrow raising is that he isn’t afraid to sport some of the hottest trends, even if those trends are traditionally seen on women. We took a deep dive into Bad Bunny’s Instagram page to look at some of his most non gender conforming looks. Chambea, chambea.

Bad Bunny is not afraid to totally embrace his own style. Example: His nail designs are on point.

Painted nails might be the next frontier for cis men, and Bad Bunny is pushing the envelope past just getting a clean manicure. Look at those ???? nails that are on trend: the evil eye, alien head, Superman symbol like your middle school friends used to draw in the eighth grade. Can we get the number of his manicurist? Thankkkss!

He also knows when he needs a touch-up

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me hace falta un retoque rush 🙂 pero estamos bien

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Even if you are a world-famous Latin trap and reggaeton singer, you still won’t have a manicurist following you around for every chip that happens. Bad Bunny knows the power of a touch-up it what’s going to keep his purple painted nails looking so fresh and so clean.

Bad Bunny’s future is so bright, he needs designer shades.

We saw these round sunnies on some of our fave fashion bloggers all summer, but one of the only fellow men we saw sporting these Chanel circular shades was J. Balvin. Bad Bunny doesn’t mind that he is wearing sunglasses most often seen on women.

A little bit of sparkle? Why not.

Yyyassss. Work it, Bad Bunny. Not only is he wearing sequins and fake fur on a hoodie, but he is sporting sequins under sequins. Let’s take a moment to honor the amount of extra there is in this one photo.

Pink is for everyone, and pianos, obviously.

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¿Que canción quieres que te toque? ????

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Estamos bien each time we see Bad Bunny embrace his feminine side loud and clear. There is something so refreshing of seeing a man who has no problem totally accepting all parts of himself. Like when he wears these pastel pink sunglasses while playing a sherbet pink piano.

He is fierce in his leopard print.

Ok, we all know animal prints are going to be huge this fall and Bad Bunny had jumped on that fashion train almost a year and a half ago. He’s also sporting some serious bling including his signature cross earrings, something you don’t see on too many male singers nowadays.

You can’t tie him down.

Scarves wrapped around your ponytail? So last season. Bad Bunny shows you can rock a pashmina scarf on your head (no ponytail needed) and that the scarf has much more fashion cache than just keeping you warm when you are on a long flight. WORK IT.

You just can’t go wrong with a stunning tropical two-piece.

If we remember correctly, one of the only guys we can recall that proudly sported a printed two piece was Wills on the most recent edition of “The Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise.” How do you gour boyfriend to wear this on the next beach outing? Asking for a friend.

Alien chic has always been a weird thing in movies, but Bad Bunny doesn’t shy away.

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desde el principio se dijo ????????

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Do we even know if it’s Bad Bunny if he isn’t wearing a pair of sunglasses? Ok, his hairstyle and grills give him away. Bad Bunny changed the Latino male fashion game. This is just something that deserves respect.


READ: His Name Might Be Bad Bunny, But These Pictures And Videos Are Proof That He’s Actually A Sweetheart

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J Balvin and Karol G Lead 2021 Latin American Music Awards Nominations, Bad Bunny Follows

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J Balvin and Karol G Lead 2021 Latin American Music Awards Nominations, Bad Bunny Follows

The nominations for this year’s Latin American Music Awards have just been released. The most-nominated artists are Colombia’s J Balvin and Karol G with nine nominations each. Right behind them is Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny with eight nominations.

The Latin AMAs are recognizing the power of la “Tusa.”

Undoubtedly, 2020 was a big year in Karol G’s career thanks to her monster smash “Tusa” with Nicki Minaj. She’s the only woman in the Artist of the Year category alongside heavy-hitters like J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Maluma, and Ozuna. “Tusa” is up for Song of the Year and Collaboration of the Year, which also grants Minaj a few Latin AMAs nominations.

Bad Bunny and J Balvin face-off in most of the major categories.

Thanks to his feature another one of last year’s big hits, “Ritmo (Bad Boys for Life)” with the Black Eyed Peas, J Balvin is tied with Karol G. It’s also up for Song of the Year and Collaboration of the Year. Balvin’s Colores faces off with Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG in the Album of the Year category. Benito is up for Song of the Year as well for his perreo-de-résistance “Yo Perreo Sola.”

The Latin AMAs are also recognizing the rising regional Mexican music stars.

Ozuna follows Bad Bunny with seven nominations. Colombian pop star Camilo and Karol G’s fiancé Anuel AA hold six nominations each. The Latin American Music Awards also has genre-based categories, allowing for rising Mexican acts like Natanael Cano, Christian Nodal, and Eslabon Armado to be among the night’s most-nominated acts with five nominations each.

Thanks to the recent phenomenon of pop stars teaming up with Latin music artists, Dua Lipa, Doja Cat, and Carrie Underwood are among the interesting nominees. Fans can vote for their favorites now and see the full nominations list at LatinAMAs.com/vota. The Latin AMAs will air live on Telemundo on April 15.

Read: 10 Rising Latin Music Stars to Watch For in 2021

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Camilo’s New Album ‘Mis Manos’ is Coming Next Month

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Camilo’s New Album ‘Mis Manos’ is Coming Next Month

Camilo announced the release date for his next album and it’s coming sooner than you think. The Colombian singer-songwriter’s Mis Manos album will be released at the top of next month.

Camilo says this album will be a gift to fans since he can’t tour right now.

“My album Mis Manos will be in your hands on March 5,” Camilo wrote in a post on Instagram. “If everything had happened according to my plans, at this moment I would be on tour, singing face to face with all of you. But the reality is different. I hope that Mis Manos is a flag of hope and joy in these moments when we need it the most.”

Mis Manos will most likely feature Camilo’s latest hits that have gone viral on TikTok, the cumbia-influenced “Vida de Rico” and the polarizing “Ropa Cara.” The latter has gone viral thanks to the booty-shaking dance challenge that Camilo started on TikTok. The pseudo perreo song has lodged itself into people’s minds, for better or worse, thanks to the challenge. Camilo is the most followed Latin music artist on TikTok with 21.9 million followers.

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Me babeo con mi esposa. Delicia! Guapa! Churro! ROPA CARA! 🛍💰👘

♬ Ropa Cara – Camilo

Another song that will most likely make the cut is Camilo’s “Bebé,” his bachata song with Dominican artist El Alfa. The two performed it for the first time at last week’s Premio Lo Nuestro. Camilo also joined his family, his wife Evaluna Montaner, his father-in-law Ricardo Montaner, and his brothers-in-law Mau y Ricky, to sing their hit “Amén.”

Camilo is currently nominated for a Grammy Award for his last album, Por Primera Vez. He faces competition like Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG and Kany García’s Mesa Para Dos in the Best Latin Pop or Urban Album category.

Read: These Are The Latin Artists That Dominated VEVO’s Most Watched Lists For 2020

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