Bad Bunny Net Worth


Bad Bunny Net Worth
Net Worth: $18 Million
Salary: $21 Million Per Year
Real Name: Benito Antonio Martínez
Date of Birth: 10th March 1994
Age: 28 years old
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
Profession: Rapper
Nationality: Puerto Rican
Updated: 31st May 2022
Bad Bunny Net Worth:
$18 Million

Bad Bunny's Salary

$21 Million Per Year

Bad Bunny is a 26yr Puerto Rican rapper who exploded onto the music scene, bringing Latin trap and reggaeton music into the mainstream. Bunny rose to fame at a blazing speed back in 2020 and became a household name. By 2021, he became an artist with the most streamed music in the world on Spotify, with his music listened to more than 8 billion times.

So, is his music still as popular today as it was? First, let’s check out Bad Bunny’s estimated net worth to get an idea.

Bad Bunny Net Worth

As of April 2022, Bad Bunny’s net worth is close to $18 million. His earnings primarily come from music sales, tours, and features.

But Bad Bunny doesn’t just make his money just from releasing music. Nowadays, he also has endorsement deals with big names such as Foot Locker and Apple. In addition, he is now an influencer in his own right, with over 36.8 million followers on Instagram. His authentic sense of fashion and trendsetting image means brands want to work with him and pay big dollars for the rapper to sport their clothes and products.

Who is Bad Bunny?

Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, known as Bad Bunny, was born on March 10, 1994. Bad Bunny grew up in Vega Baja, Puerto Rico, and found his passion for singing at a young age. After seeing an old photo of himself wearing a bunny suit with a grumpy expression, he decided his stage name would be Bad Bunny.

Bunny was happy to stay home with his two younger brothers rather than live a life of crime with his friends on the streets. At age 13, Bad Bunny would often sing in the choir at church before straying into music played on the radio, such as Hector Lavoe and Daddy Yankee. Listening to more mainstream music propelled Bad Bunny to become more creative musically.

When he was in middle school, Bad Bunny began performing for his friends with bunny raps making them laugh. Along with his talent for freestyle raps, he discovered a passion for skateboarding and professional wrestling in high school. However, his family wasn’t too happy about that and urged him to attend college and get a professional degree.

Martinez was a good kid and went off to the University of Puerto Rico in Arecibo. Then, to earn extra money, he worked part-time as a supermarket bagger. However, he never gave up on singing and worked on his Spanish rap reggae music at night.

Bad Bunny’s career first started when he released music on SoundCloud. DJ Lucian discovered him there and signed him to a record deal. Bad Bunny’s first record deal made him an overnight sensation, and he started releasing singles. One song that took off was “Sensuality,” a collaboration with Bunny, Colombian singer J Balvin, and Dominican singer Prince Royce.

Bad Bunny Fashion

Over the following year, Bad Bunny released many top-10 tracks on the Latin Charts. Then, after collecting hundreds of millions of views on YouTube, he earned the title of the hottest artist in the Latin American mumble rap scene.

In 2018, Bad Bunny got rave revues when he joined forces with Drake and Cardi B on “I Like It” and “Mia”. He raps in Spanish and English in the song, which reached number one on the US Billboard Top 100. This attention presented Bad Bunny to a broader audience in the United States.

In 2018, on Christmas Eve, Bad Bunny released his debut album X 100pre. Fans were crazy about the album and its inventive sound. It showed Bad Bunny was in a league of his own and cemented him as one of the best. After that, he released two further albums, YHLQMDLG(2020) and El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo.

Afterward, he partnered with J Balvin to produce “Oasis,” gaining even more hits. As a result, 2020 became a busy year for Bad Bunny. He performed during the Super Bowl halftime show, with his popularity sky-rocketing. Everyone adored him, and he became the first Latin urban music artist to make it to the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

Fun Facts About Bad Bunny

  • During dinner with his family in 2017, Bad Bunny met Gabriela Berlingeri, and they began dating. Gabriela helped Bunny record tunes by providing scratch vocals.
  • Bad Bunny digs salsa and rock music, and at one stage, the Bee Gees were his favorite band.
  • His mother would clean the house while playing merengue and salsa music, and Bunny would join in singing. These occasions sparked his passion for music and his love for singing.
  • Proving himself to be a man of many talents, in 2021, Bad Bunny began making guest appearances in professional wrestling and won the Championship at WWE. Along with impressing his fans, he won a tag team match at WrestleMania.
  • Bad Bunny is a popular musician best known for creating rock, bachata, and soul songs. He even brings Latin trap and reggaeton into the mix.
  • Bad Bunny has appeared on the cover of Playboy magazine. He was the first man to do so since legendary Hugh Hefner, the magazine’s founder.

What’s Next For Bad Bunny?

Bad Bunny affirmed that his new album, Un Verano Sin Ti, would be released in May 2022. He also added that he’d be embarking on a global stadium tour beginning in August. The announcement follows the superstar’s El Último Tour Del Mundo Tour, which sold out in just 24 hours last year—and grossed $84 million.

For most of 2022, Bad Bunny plans to be on the road as he embarks on the two tours, El Último Tour Del Mundo and World’s Hottest this year. Tickets are on sale now for his U.S. and Latin America stadium tour.