X 100PRE

Bad Bunny - X 100PRE
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2018 Ratings: #239 / 805
User Score
Based on 199 ratings
2018 Ratings: #912
Liked by 2 people
December 24, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Rimas / Label
Trap Rap, Pop Rap / Genres
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As a debut album, X 100PRE succeeds at establishing Bunny’s ambition. With its bangers and sonic diversity, this release suggests that the Latin trap artist possesses the potential to shape mainstream music for years to come.


The expertly sequenced and always vibrant debut from the Puerto Rican rapper collects every fascinating side of Bad Bunny into one singular statement.

Rolling Stone

X100PRE is everything you could possibly want from a debut album: Plenty of the stuff that initially brought Bad Bunny fame along with some impressively executed forays into new styles — no small feat, considering how many genres he has already infiltrated.

The Guardian

The vocalist’s surprise debut album reveals an artist joining the mainstream – and defying it with dizzying innovations.


Similar to Cardi B’s Invasion of Privacy, X 100PRE maintains an overall consistency such that any of its song might eventually emerge as a bona fide hit.

The Needle Drop

The full-length debut from Latin trap popularizer Bad Bunny mostly sounds standard even in the context of stateside pop rap.

Al nivel de What's Going On, una critica social imprevista por el autor, aborda temas religiosos pero sin dejar de lado su esencia "Gangster", Benito representa bien la escena Latina con este pedazo de álbum,un contraste social muy bien ejecutado en sus interludios, lo que aquí se representa es mero reflejo de las emociones del productor puertorriqueño, vaya sorpresa de álbum 9.4/10.0
Bad bunny debuta su primer álbum X100Pre. El artista puertorriqueño se ha puesto como uno de los artistas mas populares en los últimos 2 años. Con este proyecto ser tan esperado y anticipado se vio el esfuerzo de el artista. Con sus coros simples y repetitivos que lo llevo a la grandeza y su producción en canciones como “otra noche en Miami” en que su synthwave y su cambio de flow crea un ambiente intoxicante y lleno de fantasía que te lleva ... read more
Once you get accustomed to Bad Bunny's weirdly auto-tuned voice, the brilliance of his persona shines through. This album is just STACKED with bangers...there's a reason why his influence is permeating through the reggaeton scene rn. If anything, the one factor that brings this album down is a bit of inconsistency through the tracklist.

Best Song: Si Estuviesemos Juntos
Favorite Song: Otra Noche en Miami
Other Favorites: Caro, Ser Bichote, Solo de Mi, La Romana, MIA
Least Favorites: NI BIEN NI ... read more

I don't hate reggaeton. What I do hate is the fact that all Bad Bunny did on this album was cash in on some of the worst latin pop trends for 15 tracks straight, then release it under the guise of a rap album. When 6ix9ine did it, it sucked. It still sucks when Bad Bunny does it. One of the most boring, uninspired and inoffensive albums I've heard all year.
Reggaeton is probably the only genre of music that I can NEVER get into, no matter how much I try. Also, Bad Bunny is a terrible name!
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Track List

  2. 200 MPH (feat. Diplo)
  3. ¿Quién Tú Eres?
  4. Caro
  5. Tenemos Que Hablar
  6. Otra Noche en Miami
  7. Ser Bichote
  8. Si Estuviésemos Juntos
  9. Solo de Mí
  10. Cuando Perriabas
  11. La Romana (feat. El Alfa)
  12. Como Antes
  13. RLNDT
  14. Estamos Bien
  15. MÍA (feat. drake)

Added on: December 24, 2018