Bad Bunny Drops 'Gato De Noche' Video With Ñengo Flow


| LAST UPDATE 12/27/2022

By Zuzanna Krause
Bad Bunny Gato de Noche
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2022 is the year of Bad Bunny. The Puerto Rican artist became the world's biggest pop star this year with the infinite success of his fourth studio album, Un Verano Sin Ti. Unlike his previous successful albums, Un Verano Sin Ti opened up Bad Bunny to a whole new spectrum of listeners, extending his global reach to new levels. This year alone, he had the highest-grossing tour of 2022, cashing in at over 373 million dollars over 65 shows, which could explain his number-one spot as Spotify's most-streamed artist in the entire world. And just as the year is about to come to an end, Bad Bunny gave us one more gift, the music video for Gato de Noche featuring Ñengo Flow.

The Tití Me Preguntó rapper surprised us all with a sudden music video for his new track Gato de Noche with Ñengo Flow, and we're loving it. The rapper teased the track on TikTok just a few hours before dropping the collab, telling his fans, "OK, now yes, check this out," he said, per Billboard. "Let me play this for you. This is to close the year." Fans couldn't believe the last-minute surprise track, not to mention the high-energy music video that accompanied with it.

Bad Bunny Ñengo Flow Video
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Ñengo Flow and Bad Bunny are two of the most influential artists to come up within the last few years, and with the combination of Flow's rhythm and Bunny's signature magnetic tone, they are truly unstoppable. Gato de Noche isn't the first time the two artists have linked up either. Both artists were on 2016's Diles and Maluma's track Un Polvo, and they later collaborated on Bunny's Qué Malo and Safaera from YHLQMDLG

However, this might be the last we hear of the rapper for a while. After two back-to-back major tours in 2022, Bad Bunny has decided to take a break and focus on his health. "2023 is for me, for my physical health, my emotional health to breathe," he told Billboard. After such a groundbreaking year, Bad Bunny shared he's "at a point where, no matter what happens, I'm not looking for anything to happen," and 2023 is just for him to sit back and enjoy. We respect it.

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