Bad Bunny is Rolling Stone's artist of the year
The magazine chose the Puerto Rican's song "Titi me preguntó" as the best song of the year.
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It is the first time in the history of the magazine's top that is led by a reggaeton artist.
"Bad Bunny brought to the global mainstream frenetic dembow beats, a classy sample from bachata master Anthony Santos and a coda with a dash of Latin psychedelia. And what's even better? He did it all with panache and a healthy sense of humor," the magazine wrote of the year's top track.
Rolling Stone reviewers noted the "salacious wordplay in a festive, upbeat mood that, in typical Bad Bunny fashion, unexpectedly morphs into taciturn self-reflection. More than any other track on Un Verano Sin Ti, "Tití Me Preguntó" showcases Benito's unbridled creativity, his eccentric pop genius."
In addition to Bad Bunny, the 100 featured songs include 11 other songs performed by Latin artists such as Rosalia, Karol G, Daddy Yankee and Camilo.
"Titi me preguntó" occupied the first place in the list, however, Bad Bunny's name appears again in the 50th position with the song 'Ojitos Lindos', a collaboration he made with the Colombian group Bomba Estéreo.
Spanish artist Rosalía also entered the Top 10 ranking, in fifth place, with her summer song "Despechá".
1. "Tití me preguntó" - Bad Bunny
2. "Cuff It" - Beyoncé
3. "Bad Habit" - Steve Lacy
4. "Karma" - Taylor Swift
5. "Despechá" - Rosalía
6. "Hotel Lobby" - Quavo and Takeoff
7. "Cash In Cash Out" - Pharrell feat. 21 Savage and Tyler, The Creator
8- "Break my soul" - Beyoncé
9. "As it was" - Harry Styles
10. "Jimmy Cooks" - Drake and 21 Savage