Follow the Journey of a Lonesome Astronaut in Bad Bunny’s ‘Una Vez’ Video

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Fresh off his live stream concert, Bad Bunny premiered the music video for “Una Vez.” His collaboration with fellow Puerto Rican singer Mora gets an out-of-this-world treatment.

As part of his Uforia concert, Bad Bunny performed “Una Vez” in an impressive remote duet with Mora. Benito was live from New York City (on top of a trailer) while Mora was filmed singing from Puerto Rico. “Una Vez” is one of the lesser known songs from Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG album that had a big live debut tonight.

To capitalize off the over 1.4 million viewers that watched him perform “Una Vez” with Mora, Bad Bunny surprise released a music video for the song. Benito once again collaborated with Stillz, the director behind the rapper’s dragtastic “Yo Perreo Sola” video.

The “Una Vez” video opens with the young Bad Bunny listening to a cassette tape of YHLQMDLG. He dozes off to a world where an astronaut has crashed back down to earth. The lonely astronaut stays suited as he travels the globe with a Polaroid in-hand (possibly of an old flame). He finds himself in Las Vegas by the end and buries that photo in the rubble of the city. Bad Bunny and Mora do not appear in the contemplative visual.

With the “Una Vez” video and tonight’s free concert, Bad Bunny will reignite an interest in his YHLQMDLG album. When YHLQMDLG hit No. 2 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart back in March, he broke the record for the highest-charting fully Spanish album by a Latinx artist.