Bad Bunny returns with music video for “Yonaguni”

Hear the Puerto Rican star sing in Japanese on his new track.

Bad Bunny has returned with a brand-new single and video called “Yonaguni.”

The track, produced by Smash David, Byrd, Tainy and FinesseGTB, takes its name after the Japanese island and features several references to Japanese culture. At one point, the Puerto Rican rapper even spits in Japanese. According to Billboard, the song is about trying to get over a painful break-up.

In the accompanying music video, directed by frequent collaborator Stillz, Bad Bunny eats sushi by himself as he pines over his ex-girlfriend. The clip then launches into a montage of the Reggaeton star’s day, which includes activities like dog walking, martial arts, painting, yoga, getting a Pokémon GO tattoo and more, before ending up at a house party where he’s once again reminded of his lost love.

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“Yonaguni” is Bad Bunny’s first official single since dropping his third solo studio album, El Último Tour del Mundo, last November. It included the tracks “Hoy Cobré,” “Booker T” and “La Noche De Anoche.”

Watch the video for his latest song below:

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