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All 22 Songs Ranked – Billboard

In an ever-evolving musical landscape where artists are increasingly unveiling their album release dates with plenty of lead time — unlike the unexpected album drops of yesteryear — Bad Bunny, the Puerto Rican pioneer of the unpredictable, gave fans only a few days’ notice, and revived the art of the surprise.

Today, he once again seizes the spotlight by dropping his fifth solo studio album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, on a superstitious Friday the 13th. The megastar has an unparalleled track record of delivering his music on unconventional dates (e.g. X100Pre on Christmas; YHLQMDLG on leap day; Las Que No Iban A Salir on Mother’s Day; El Último Tour del Mundo on Thanksgiving), turning album drops into cultural celebrations.

In contrast to Karol G’s album title, Mañana Será Bonito, which suggests optimism for the future, Bad Bunny’s Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana delves into the enigmatic uncertainties of what tomorrow may hold. This ambitious, 22-track release comes packed with hard-hitting trap beats, introspective rhymes and a back-to-origins style, with a promise “to revolutionize the music industry yet again” in an official press release — and we’re betting it will.

The album features a star-studded lineup of producers — including usual suspects MAG, Tainy and La Paciencia — with appearances by Arcángel, Bryant Myers, De La Ghetto, Eladio Carrión, Feid, Luar La L, Mora, Ñengo, Young Miko and YOVNGCHIMI. The album also offers a genre-bending experience that sets new standards for pop music, all while the Bunny continues to pay homage to his roots and his beloved Puerto Rico.

Billboard Latin and Billboard Español have combined for a preliminary ranking of all 22 tracks from worst to best, celebrating the artist who keeps us guessing what tomorrow will bring.

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