Bad Bunny Is Being Honoured With Hispanic Heritage Award

Bad Bunny is going to receive the Hispanic Heritage Award for Vision. The award will be given to him during the Hispanic Heritage Foundation broadcast on October 6, 2020. The Puerto Rican singer will be honoured by this award as an artist and an activist.

Jose Antonio Tijerino, president, and CEO of HHF mentioned, “The Hispanic Heritage Foundation is honored to recognize the transcendent impact of Bad Bunny as an artist and as an activist through the Vision Award,”

He continued, “Bad Bunny understands his responsibility to serve as a powerful voice for those who need to be heard as well as a source of inspiration for our youth.  He radiates his Latinx and Puerto Rican pride in everything he does the stage to the community to the entire world.”

What are the Hispanic Heritage Awards?

The Hispanic Heritage Awards focus on the accomplishments and contributions of Latino stars from various backgrounds. These leaders are chosen for how they celebrate their culture while they make America proud. Last year, J Balvin received the award for his contribution to society.

What is Bad Bunny Upto?

In May, Bad Bunny dropped a ten-track album,” Las que no iban a salir” out of nowhere, which followed his “YHLQMDLG” album. This second studio album went earned him the No.2 position on Billboard 200, becoming the highest-charting all-Spanish album.

Right after this, Bad Bunny made history in the Playboy magazine. He’s the only male celebrity apart from Hugh Hefner to feature on the cover. Well, recently, he also featured on a collaborative track with Dua Lipa, Tainy and J Balvin called ‘Un Dia’.

By: Aatira Kakroo