- 19 May 23
The new music video for Bad Bunny's latest track, 'Where She Goes,' features guest appearances from Lil Uzi Vert, Ronaldinho, and Frank Ocean.
The world-famous Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny has graced the music scene with not just a new single, but a new music video too. After teasing the track on Tik Tok, 'Where She Goes' came out earlier today and features a plethora of special guests in its official music video.
The single is Bad Bunny's, real name Benito Antonio Martínez Oscasio, first solo work since he dropped his fourth studio album Un Verano Sin Ti last year. Celebrating the album with his World's Hottest Tour, Bad Bunny also made an appearance at this year's Coachella back in April.
Written by Bad Bunny and recorded by Mag, the video for 'Where She Goes' was directed by STILLEZ. In it, Benito stands alone with a bandana wrapped around the lower half of his face on top of a desert mountain range. Removing it, he descends the uneven ground to find a car, which he then takes for a ride.
Interspersed with flashing images of a woman dressed as an angel, Benito in a tree, galloping horses, and chickens running around, the video finds a bonfire in the middle of the night. There, between dancing bodies and the flames shedding light on a party sparking to life, the video also features short clips of Bad Bunny's special guests.
The guests in question include the Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho Gaúcho, the Neo Soul artist Frank Ocean, and the rapper Lil Uzi Vert. Dominic Fike, Sabrina Lada, Juliana Nalú, Isabella Manderson, Julian Consuegra, and Ysham Avdulahi also appeared.
Frank Ocean has been a topic of debate recently - after the first of what was meant to be two shows at Coachella that left fans wanting, he pulled out of the following weekend's performance.
Other artists have since supported Ocean and his cut-short performance, including Justin Bieber.
Otherwise, Bad Bunny hasn't released any news about more singles or musical work planned soon. He mentioned earlier this year that he was taking a break from commitments and that anything that ended up happening would be spontaneous - something reflected in the week's notice between informing fans of 'Where She Goes's' existence and the subsequent drop.
Check out Bad Bunny's new music video for 'Where She Goes' here: