Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio is a Puerto Rican native who rose to fame as a songwriter and hip-hop artist. The former saw him take up the stage name, ‘Bad Bunny.’
Under this persona, he released popular tracks such as Yo Perreo Sola, Si Veo a Tu Mamá, and Si Estuviésemos Juntos. Since he started gaining popularity back in 2016, Bad Bunny has become a key part of the Latin Trap Music Scene.
Additionally, he has worked with other popular musicians like Cardi B, Farruko, Brytiago, and J. Balvin. Explore more details about Bad Bunny’s net worth and lifestyle right here.
Net worth and Sources of Income.
With two platinum albums out, it comes as no surprise that Benito Antonio’s primary source of income comes from his work on hip-hop.
Building on his rising star power, Bad Bunny would additionally go on to sign endorsement deals with reputable brands such as Apple and Foot Locker. Another source of income stems from Bad Bunny’s growing popularity on Instagram.
Presently, Benito has 27.5 million followers on this platform alone. It is estimated that he can make an average of $50,000 on a basic post. As of 2020, Bad Bunny’s net worth stands at $8.3 million.
Lifestyle, Property, and Cars.
Before he became an award-winning artist, Bad Bunny reportedly had less than $10 in his wallet. Benito says that being a millionaire has not changed him.
This is evident in the fact that he and his girlfriend are presently living in a simple Airbnb as he waits for the construction of his lavish villa to begin.
Bad Bunny released his first track independently on sound cloud. At the time, it is reported that he was working in a supermarket. Benito’s songs gained popularity on sound cloud, prompting a record label to come calling. DJ Luian, one of the main figures at the record label, eventually introduced him to Mambo Kingz.
What followed soon after were multiple entries into the US Hot Latin Tracks. His breakout track ‘Soy Peor’ laid the foundation for him to become an important facet of the Latin American Trap Scene. Less than a year after the track’s release, the video was viewed over 300 million times.
Early this year, Bad Bunny was even invited to perform at Super Bowl LIV during the half-time show. He was joined by the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.