El conejo malo is a true showman.
Bad Bunny lit up Coachella on Sunday night with a dance ’til you drop set. Wearing a pair of oversized shield visor sunglasses and a colorful Louis Vuitton suit, the 25-year old singer addressed the cheering crowd with a few words. “Thank you to all the Latinos present today. My name is Bad Bunny, all the way from Puerto Rico.”
The Puerto Rican singer performed “Caro,” “200mph,” “Ni bien, Ni mal,” and “Tenemos Que Hablar” from his album, X 100pre. He also sang other fan favorites, like “Mia,” and “Te Bote.”
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Before concluding his set he brought out J Balvin to perform “Sensualidad” and “I Like It” to the delight of many.
“Honestly, I am so happy to be here,” he told the crowd before going off stage. “I’m happy for what I represent — for my country. Thank you, Coachella.”
Bad Bunny wasn’t the only Latinx artist to present at Coachella. Cardi B, Selena Gomez and Ozunaperformed their No. 1 hit, “Taki Taki,” with DJ snake Friday night. Earlier in the day, Rosalia captivated fans with a heartfelt set. Meanwhile, Mon Laferte gave a spellbinding performance and told ET exclusively that the experience was a “dream come true” for her. On Saturday, J Balvin brought the house down with an epic reggaeton medley that paid tribute to the genre.
Last year, ET caught up with Bad Bunny where he revealed how he came up with his stage name.
“I felt that I had to do something different and creative,” he told ET. “When I was a little boy in school I had to dress up as a bunny and there’s a picture of me with an annoyed face, and when I saw it, I thought ‘I should name myself Bad Bunny.’ It’s a name I knew would market well. A bunny is something so common that I thought to myself, every time someone sees one, they’ll remember my music.”
For more on that interview, watch the player above.
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Additional reporting by Grecia Lopez.