Bad Bunny kicked off 2022 with yet another addition to his billion-view videos when his Jhay Cortez-assisted “Dákiti” surpassed the 10-digit mark on Jan. 12. The edgy and carefree music video, which premiered on Oct. 20, 2020, and was filmed at the beach, marked his seventh entry in YouTube’s Billion Views Club. Eight months later, Bad Bunny’s “Amorfoda” entered the list on Sept. 8.
The music video for “Amordofa,” in which he’s seen performing his minimalistic piano ballad around a car in a beach setting while he’s arguing with a girl, was released on Valentine’s Day in 2018 but didn’t surpass a billion views until this year. The entry becomes his eighth video as a lead, featured artist or collaborator to hit the milestone.
Before that, the Puerto Rican artist had earned billion-view videos with “Te Bote (Remix),” “Mayores,” “No Me Conoce (Remix),” “I Like It,” “Mia” and “Tu No Vive Asi.”
Six other of his videos are close to hitting 1 billion views, including “Si Tu Novio te Deja Sola” with J Balvin, “Callaita,” the Karol G-assisted “Ahora me Llama,” “Bailame (Remix)” with Nacho and Yandel, “Diles” alongside Ozuna, Farruko, Arcangel and Ñengo Flow, and “Soy Peor,” all of which have more than 900,000 views.
The artist born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio currently holds No. 1 on the U.S. Top Artists and reclaimed No. 1 on Global Top Artists thanks to charting videos “Titi Me Pregunto,” “Me Porto Bonito” and “Neverita,” according to YouTube.
Below, see all of his videos to enter the YouTube Billion Views Club.
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