2. “Money does not change people, people change.”

3. “I never said I was the best in anything. I never said I’m an icon. The world decides all of that.”

4. “If I have a platform and a voice, I should use it for my people.”

5. “I think it’s important as an artist to never forget where you’re from.”

6. “What keeps me motivated is love and passion.”

7. “I like being comfortable at airports, in flip-flops with no jewelry on.”

8. “Music has the power to inspire the world.”

9. “Latin music is universal.”

10. “I think that by staying true to myself and making music from my heart, the blessings come.”

11. “We need to try to unite audiences, unite countries, join musical tastes, unite people.”

12. “Obviously black matches with everything.”

13. “The world can criticize me, but l can always criticize it back.”

14. “Fashion is one thing, but style is another.”

15. “I only act from my heart.”

16. “When I came into this industry, I was never afraid to be myself.”

17. “The fame isn’t important to me. It’s a blessing to have. Having so many people that support me, that love me and listen to my music, is beautiful.”

18. “When I write, it’s like choosing which shoes I’m going to put on. More often than not, my lyrics are personal, but I sometimes have to put myself in other people’s shoes.”

19. “My goal in music is to create nostalgic moments.”

20. “A good song never gets old.”

21. “Music is something no one can control.”

22. “I work hard to be able to set myself apart from everything else that’s going on in the trap genre.”

23. “Some people are making music just for numbers and views.”

24. “A lot of artists fail when they try to act, and they flop. So when I get into acting, it’s going to be to do it well, something good, something of quality. I want people to say, ‘Wow, that movie or that show or whatever—turned out really well.’”

25. “To me, the most important artists in my career are Arcangel and Balvin. Arcangel gave me the push, the respect in the streets.”

26. “If tomorrow I want to release a rock album or I want to release a bachata album, nobody can tell me anything—why can’t I?”

27. “No one tells me what to do with my music. Real. My doesn’t tell me what to say, how is someone else going to?”

28. “Reggaeton is a global genre.”

29. “The first rap CD that I had, it was so different for me. The energy, the wordplay, all that caught my attention, and I liked it.”

30. “To all the musicians, to the Academy, with all due respect, reggaeton is part of our Latin culture. And it’s representing as much as any other genre at the worldwide level.”

31. “Be proud to be Latino and never lose that pride!”

32. “My Mami and Papi love my music. They’re always listening to the radio waiting for one of my songs to come on. And when it does, they turn up the volume and turn it back down when it’s over.”

33. “I can simply tell you that since I was a kid, I didn’t like to look like anyone else.”

34. “Everyone has their style and your style explains a lot about who you are—you feel me? I’ve had style since childhood, so I like to dress how I feel. But, maybe I get carried away by some trends.”

35. “When I was at school, I used to stay on a balcony singing and people would stand around listening.”

36. “I’ve always been surrounded by many great people and professors, but my family, especially my mom who was a teacher, was the person who encouraged me to study and pushed me to continue.”

37. “The only difference between Benito and Bad Bunny is 16 million followers on Instagram. And the money that Bad Bunny has in the bank. Benito had, like, seven dollars. The numbers are different, but I’m still the same. Even my insecurities remain the same.”

38. “Since childhood, I’ve been a clown. I’ve always liked being very funny or trying to make people laugh. It’s my original self.”

39. “I always like to create things that get attention. It used to be a problem when I wasn’t famous. Now, I can do whatever I want and people have to accept it.”

40. “My mom is very religious—Catholic—and from a young age they brought me to the church.”

41. “If I went out to play basketball with other kids when I came home I’d shower and go right back to the computer again. If there was a birthday party or a family activity, I would take my laptop and spend the whole day there.”

42. “I grew up in a rural area called Vega Baja and I’m the first of so many talented people in this area to make it out. I take great pride to represent where I come from and I am able to show my fans and everyone who listens and watches me, that anything is possible.”

43. “When we’re young, we don’t understand why our parents bug us so much with school and doing homework, but it’s a blessing to have that support at home.”

44. “If a small-town boy like me who bagged groceries was able to make his dreams come true, you can too.”

45. “I would get out of school and go straight to my computer to create beats.”

46. “You don’t have the same mentality as you did five years ago—even one year. People are always changing, and I believe that everyone deserves the space to change and for people to recognize their change.”

47. “If I have the chance to say something, I will say it—but that doesn’t obligate me to always say something, or to shed light on every problem as if I were a lawmaker.”

48. “You learn a lot in life but there are a lot of tools and resources in school that help you grow professionally and personally for whatever goal you may want to achieve.”

49. “I think it’s my responsibility, as a person of influence—to sometimes try to do what I can.”

50. “I don’t want to be fake. I’m just being me. And I have the power to break stereotypes and whatever useless rules that society puts on us.”

51. “Ultimately, I’m not doing that much. I’m only doing what a human being who feels wants to do—in my way, without stepping out of my flow while staying in my lane. Without, I guess, boring people.”

52. “I have the space and liberty to create.”

53. “Dreamers, keep on dreaming and keep working hard to achieve your goals.”

54. “It doesn’t matter if you want to be a teacher, an astronaut, or a reggaeton singer, you need to study.”

55. “There are many difficulties, but what matters is to stay focused and have perseverance.”

56. “I tell my fellow reggaetoneros, keep giving it your all and bring more creativity.”

57. “I am not someone who does a lot of exercise, so I attempt to maintain some sort of rhythm, and I think the jump rope is the funnest way. It’s easy, you can do it in your room or anywhere.”

58. “If you forget where you started, the safest thing on the road is to forget where you wanted to go.”

59. “Honestly, I always believed in myself. For real, for real.”

60. “I think if I keep working in the way that I am, from the heart and from passion and with love, well, the fruits of that will keep coming.”

61. “For years, decades, the system has taught us to stay quiet. They’ve made us believe that those who take to the streets to speak up are crazy, criminals, troublemakers.”

62. “You listen to the radio and all the songs sound the same, from 8 in the morning to 12.”

63. “Now I do whatever I want.”

64. “Simple goes a long way.”

65. “Sometimes nothing is happening and all that disaster just happens in your mind.”

66. “I always liked different things, rare things.”

67. “Reggaeton is something else—it is part of pop culture. It is something very big that I don’t believe will ever die.”

68. “She’s a total professional, a diva, a mega-star, not just in music but in the entertainment industry. You always learn from the greats, and J.Lo is one.”

69. “Everyone my age probably grew up listening to the ‘Perreos’ of Plan B.”

70. “There are times that I like to be sad.”

71. “Education is important because it prepares you for life.”

72. “It is a bastard to miss people who may not even remember you.”

73. “Music belongs to the people.”

74. “When someone teaches you something new, you never forget that person.”

75. “Being a Puerto Rican artist, I support all kinds of projects that are developed on my beautiful island that in some way or another put our Puerto Rican flag up.”

76. “Puerto Rico’s relationship with music is everything. It’s an island full of talent and if you grow up there, you grow up living and breathing music.”

77. “I live in Puerto Rico, my family lives in Puerto Rico, my friends. What happens in Puerto Rico matters to me.”

78. “In Puerto Rico, we dance to everything.”

79. “I’ll live in Puerto Rico until the day I die.”

80. “When I arrived, at first a lot of people were like, ‘This kid is different.’”

81. “Trap is new. It didn’t start yesterday, but when I was five, it didn’t exist—not even in the U.S. I’ve evolved with the music.”

82. “Working with J Balvin has undoubtedly been an unparalleled experience.”

83. “When I get dressed, it’s like freestyling.”

84. “My style influences my music and everything around me.”

85. “Obviously this song is an achievement for me in my career, but what makes me really feel good is to make Latinos feel proud. To provoke that pride that a pop figure and someone so big in music globally like would sing with me completely in Spanish and create this hit ‘MIA.’ That’s the best part of it.”

86. “We’re making the music that the people are asking us for.”

87. “I made the track ‘Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola,’ before I met Balvin.”

88. “I can dance to just about anything.”

89. “When you go to an oasis, you go there to supply yourself with the vital things you are missing, things that you need.”

90. “The music we do is for people to enjoy, dance, and sing to it.”

91. “When I grow up, I want to be like Balvin.”

92. “When I was a little boy in school I had to dress up as a bunny and there’s a picture of me with an annoyed face, and when I saw it, I thought I should name myself ‘Bad Bunny.’”

93. “I’m not going to make a song just to make a song. The day that I make an album, it’s so that people really know what Bad Bunny’s about.”

94. “Apple has given me a platform to spread music. They’re giving us Latinos a chance to shine.”

95. “People tried to change my concept of what music is. That music is work, but it’s not like that.”

96. “I’m thrilled to have Corona join me on my ‘X100PRE’ Tour to give my fans a taste of Corona Estereo Beach and showcase their support of Latin music. It’s not solely about the music—it’s about the culture, creativity, and contributing to the movement that connects us all together.”

97. “It’s an honor for me to represent urban music, reggaeton, trap, and hip-hop.”

98. “I can take them off, but they’re pretty strong.”

99. “I don’t travel with them, but they can’t be missing in my home. There have to always be dominoes. I used to play with my family—dad, my , my uncles.”

100. “I tried to give the world a bit of creativity, lyrics. And for me, I will always represent music from Puerto Rico, reggaeton, Latin music.”

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