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How Bad Bunny Became the Sound of Home for Millions of Latinx Fans

When ‘X 100PRE’ dropped, the trap star’s debut album helped give a generation of Latinx listeners a sense of place

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For Isabel

DDecember 23, 2018. Almost midnight, a few minutes before Nochebuena. Las Rosas, a dive bar in Allapattah, adjacent to Miami’s…

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E.R. Pulgar

E.R. Pulgar

poeta en nueva york | ‘of poets + punks’ columnist for Alt Citizen | words: Rolling Stone, i-D, Remezcla, etc. 🌹⚔️ 🕊| 💌:e.rios.pulgar@gmail.com

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