Yesterday, Bad Bunny welcomed the summer season with the release of the music video for Me porto bonito, the song he did in collaboration with fellow Puerto Rican artist Chencho Corleone (Plan B). Me porto bonito is one of the most popular tracks in his recent album Un verano sin ti. The clip has already collected over 7 million views on YouTube.
Four hours after the release of the music video, it already had over 2 million hits. The clip starts with Bad Bunny washing his truck as two women in their bathing suits lay under the sun. Chencho Corleone also appears singing while driving his car. Towards the end, both singers are shown together dancing at the party to Me porto bonito.
According to Billboard, Un verano sin ti has achieved a record in sales, it was #1 on the Billboard 200 on its debut, as well as on digital streaming platforms, Spotify and Apple Music. The album marks another history record for being the second album in Spanish to be among the first positions.
The first album to achieve this was also Bad Bunny’s El último tour del mundo, launched in 2020, which became the first Spanish album to be among the first positions since the beginning of the Billboard 200 list, on March 24, 1956.
The videoclip is everything a good summer reggaeton needs to be, pool parties, inflatables, dancing crowds, flowers, and tanned girls in bathing suits laying under the sun. After Moscow mule and Tití me preguntó, it was now the turn of a fan favorite, the third visual production, directed by Fernando Lugo.
The clip is fun and colorful, while the lyrics, like in most of the album, address women, changing for love, and feeling confident and secure in your own skin: “En la calle ando suelto, pero por ti me quito, si tú me lo pide’ yo me porto bonito.”