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What is Bad Bunny’s net worth?

Puerto Rican superstar Bad Bunny is one of the biggest pop stars in the world. How much is the "MIA" rapper worth?

Bad Bunny is performing on stage.
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Largely considered one of the world’s best Latin pop artists, Bad Bunny has been pumping out hits for nearly a decade. 

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After entering the scene in 2013 via several SoundCloud releases, Bad Bunny’s career skyrocketed. By 2016, he’d been signed to a major label and by 2017 his videos were getting hundreds of millions of views. The artist ⏤ whose real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio ⏤ has been a mainstay in the music world for a handful of years now, releasing consistently popular tracks to a fanbase millions strong.

The Puerto Rican rapper and pro wrestler already enjoys an illustrious career at only 28 years old. His songs and albums have been awarded several dozen times, including with a Grammy for Best Latin Pop Album. This year, his fourth studio album Un Verano Sin Ti was even nominated for Album Of The Year and is the first Spanish album to be nominated, so how much is he now worth?

Bad Bunny’s net worth

Bad Bunny is wearing sunglasses and a puffer jacket on the red carpet.
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Despite his relatively recent arrival among music’s most popular artists, Bad Bunny has already accumulated a remarkable net worth. As of 2023, he is worth around $40 million, according to StyleCaster.

A few endeavors are behind the accumulation of Bad Bunny’s impressive wealth. He’s been a common collaborator with other Latin artists over the years, working with mainstays on the Latin scene several times. Some of his biggest collaborations saw him join forces with artists like J Balvin and Ozuna before crossing genre lines and working with Cardi B and Drake. 

He has also recently announced that he will be going on a 2024 tour, which only stands to increase his fame and wealth.

In addition to his music, Bad Bunny uses his fame for good. He spends time participating in protests, like the July 2019 ones demanding the resignation of Puerto Rico’s Governor Ricardo Rosselló and was extremely vocal in urging people to vote in 2020. He also has a charity called the Good Bunny Foundation that helps children in poverty.

Bad Bunny’s massive success is very much to credit for his high net worth. He started small, hailing from a tiny town called Vega Baja, and grew his brand through sheer talent and persistence. The prominence he claims today, along with all of his wealth, is certainly well-earned.