Resident rapper says he needed to feel loved by Puerto Rico

The Puerto Rican resident rapper, who last night filled the Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, said he felt loved by his countrymen something that, he said, he really needed.

As part of his first tour as a soloist, the singer sang yesterday before more than 30,000 people.

Through his official account on the twitter social network, Residente said, however, that he did not want to talk about numbers “or about records because he does not fill me in. I never liked maths, that’s why I’m a rapper.”

“I just want to talk about moments, I felt loved and that was very necessary in my country, thanks for giving me one of the best moments of my life,” he concluded.

After the concert in Puerto Rico, Resident and his band continue their tour of Europe and the United States.

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