WATCH: Bad Bunny Brings Out Grupo Frontera at Coachella

Lead Photo: Photo by Eric Rojas.
Photo by Eric Rojas.
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For his final Coachella set, Bad Bunny brought norteño music to the main stage. On Friday (April 21), the Puerto Rican superstar was joined by Grupo Frontera to perform their recent hit “Un x100to.”

Bad Bunny changed up his second Coachella performance with the inclusion of Grupo Frontera. He gave the Mexican-American band a moment during his set to perform their biggest hits. Grupo Frontera sang their breakthrough hit “No Se Va” and followed that with Fuera Regida Collaboration “Bebe Dame.” People in the massive crowd were singing along to the songs in Spanish. 

Bad Bunny returned to the stage to perform “Un x100to” alongside Grupo Frontera. Since dropping earlier this month, the song surged to No. 1 on Spotify’s Global 50 chart. In the norteño banger, Grupo Frontera’s Adelaido “Payo” Solis III and Bad Bunny trade verses about giving up the last of their phone’s battery to make things right with a past lover. Bad Bunny swayed to the cumbia sound with Grupo Frontera during their lively performance.

Puerto Rican icon José Feliciano was another special guest during Bad Bunny’s set. The “Feliz Navidad” singer joined him to perform acoustic versions of “La Canción” and “Yonaguni.” While playing the guitar, Feliciano expressed his gratitude and called the festival “Cuchilla,” which made Bad Bunny laugh. 

“I want to thank my friend Bad Bunny for having me here joining him for Cuchilla,” he said in Spanish.

Other notable guests include Arcángel, who joined Bad Bunny to perform “La Jumpa.” Jhayco also returned from weekend one to perform their joint hits. 

Another surprise Latine moment at Coachella this past weekend was Tokischa’s appearance. The rising Dominican star was invited to the main stage by Spanish singer Rosalía. They performed their hit collaboration “Linda” together. During weekend one of Coachella, Coi Leray brought out Tokischa to perform their Spanglish remix of her hit “Players.” 

Becky G paid tribute to Selena during her set with a performance of “Como La Flor.” Mexican-American group Conexión Divina also covered the song at both weekends of Coachella.