Bad Bunny’s Very Popular on Tinder… Well, His Music Is

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Now that Bad Bunny’s allegedly (fully) back in the market, it’s good to know that he’s more than welcome in the dating app world. In fact, he’s running that too! On Nov. 28, the popular dating app Tinder’s “Year In Swipe” stats were revealed – and Benito landed No. 2 on the Top Spotify Artists on Tinder in the U.S. vertical. Two of his songs also made it on Tinder’s Global Top Dating Anthem from Spotify.


Not only did he reach No. 2, but he was the only Latine artist in the Top 10 Spotify Artists on Tinder’s list. Other names include Mac Miller on No. 1, Morgan Wallen on No. 3, Zach Bryan on No. 4, and Doja Cat on No. 5. 

Consequently, his music charted twice on Tinder’s Global Top Dating Anthem From Spotify this year. His hit “Me Porto Bonito” with Chencho Corleone charted at No. 3, and “Tití Me Preguntó” came out on No. 10. Again, he was the only Latine on the Top 10; other artists that made the cut include Steve Lacy, Drake, Jack Harlow, and Harry Styles.

Could it be that Tinder’s the designated app for Bad Bunny fans? We are starting to think so, based on the data provided. Not only that but a couple of dating app bios we’ve read include: “Let’s cry to bad bunny together,” and, “if u dont like bad bunny swipe left.” Who would’ve thought Bad Bunny was all it takes to get a red flag?

Tinder’s top music-related data comes as no surprise, given Bad Bunny is Spotify’s most-streamed artist worldwide for the third consecutive year. It’s also worth mentioning that TIME also recently named Un Verano Sin Ti the No. 1 Album of 2022.

Though it may be the end of the year, it doesn’t mean the Un Verano Sin Ti era is completely over. Let’s not forget that the successful record-breaking album is up for Best Album of the Year at next year’s Grammy awards. 

Besides this, Bad Bunny is currently wrapping up his World’s Hottest Tour in Latin America. He has five remaining shows: Guatemala City, Guatemala, on Dec. 1; Monterrey, Mexico, on Dec. 3 and 4; and his final shows in Mexico City, Mexico, on Dec. 9 and 10.