Bad Bunny invites Ivy Queen to his concert: “A noise for the queen of reggaeton”

bad bunny continues to tour and in one of his last concerts, specifically in the city of Chicago, the urban singer surprised by inviting a very special artist to sing with him on stage: the very Ivy Queen.

The Queen of Reggaeton, as the Bad Rabbit introduced the pioneering composer and singer of the urban genre, gladly accepted the invitation extended by the Puerto Rican singer and together they surprised the public by performing “Yo Perreo Sola” together, whose remix version they perform together to Nesi.

It was Martha Ivelisse Pesante Rodríguez herself – Ivy Queen’s real name – who shared the videos of their meeting at the backstage and also the moment when she goes on stage, where Bad Bunny is waiting for her.

“A noise for the queen of reggaeton,” he shouts when the reggaeton artist appears in a pink dress, high metallic boots and extra-long blonde hair. What a moment!

The public went crazy when they saw La Caballota on stage, creating a historic moment in the tour of the interpreter of “Safaera”, which once again demonstrates the great affection and respect he has for the urban legend Ivy Queen.

“Eternally grateful,” he commented when publishing the moment in which he goes on stage and both merge into a warm embrace full of emotion.

“I am immensely happy! The affection and respect with which you, Bad Bunny, and your team have received me is so pleasing.
they make you feel huge. Thanks again,” said the interpreter of “I want to dance.”

This is not the first time the two Puerto Ricans prove to be close and the great admiration they feel for each other. Already on other occasions, in meetings they have had, words of affection and respect have been dedicated. Something that lovers of urban music love to see.

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Bad Bunny invites Ivy Queen to his concert: “A noise for the queen of reggaeton”