Resident and Bad Bunny filming video in urban area of ​​San Juan

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Resident and Bad Bunny filming video in urban area of San Juan Puerto Rican urban artists Residente and Bad Bunny filmed this past weekend in San Juan sessions of what seems to be a music video of a subject they have recorded, as it is despised by several photos and videos that are published in the social network of Instagram EFE / Archive

San Juan, .- The Puerto Rican urban artists Residente and Bad Bunny filmed this past weekend in San Juan sessions of what seems to be a music video of a song they have recorded, as it is despised by several photos and videos that are published on the Instagram social network.

And it is that according to published the account @thekingoflatintrap, René Pérez and Benito Martínez, respective names of Resident and Bad Bunny, used several streets of the urban and tourist area of ​​Loíza Street to shoot the video, which directed the Puerto Rican Ari Maniel Cruz .

The artists took the opportunity to share with dozens of followers who came to the area, as seen in several images circulating on social networks.

They, on the other hand, did not offer details of the recording.
Cruz and Bad Bunny had already worked together, as the Puerto Rican director directed the special Christmas past of the Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, “Over a century,” where the prominent Latin trap performer recorded the song “Desde el corazón”.

In principle, the production of the Christmas special asked Bad Bunny to record a song dedicated to Tego Calderón, but the ragpicker decided to do something of his own, and of which he was a great guide for the followers of the Christmas specials of the banking institution.

On the other hand, Residente and Bad Bunny have strengthened their friendship, since both have been seen sharing in hotels in Puerto Rico, as well as in New Year’s Eve.

Similarly, several months ago both artists walked through the streets of Old San Juan, until they reached La Fortaleza -the Executive’s headquarters- to demand a meeting with the Governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló, who later received them in his office.

The intention of the artists was to talk with Rosselló about various social issues that concern them and that affect the island, especially crime and education.

“Without sleep we managed to enter the fortress to talk about options for how to solve crime on the island, education, the fiscal control board, auditing, debt and we won a coffee.” Thank you for taking us out to listen to us @sanbenito “, wrote Resident. (EFEUSA)

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