Bad Bunny appreciates his time away from social media.
The Puerto Rican star opened up to PEOPLE about living a balanced life on social media, in light of his new Pepsi ad for the Press Play on Summer campaign.
The 29-year-old “Me Porto Bonito” singer privately told PEOPLE, “I’ve done this a few times and when I came back to social media I was like, ‘Why did I come back?’ I ask.”
He continues, “The truth is, every time I’ve turned off my phone for a long period of time, like a week – and I’ve been able to stay off for a month – that’s when I feel my best.”
Bad Bunny (born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) says this allows him to spend more time “out there”.
“I’m breathing better,” she says. “But at the end of the day, getting on social media, even for a minute, is inevitable.”
In January, Bad Bunny made his Instagram account private. Meanwhile, she changed her bio to “me van a extrañar” (“you’ll miss me”) on Twitter.
said 1 month ago Billboard In a cover story interview that he plans to take a break from music in 2023.
“2023 is for me, breathing for my physical health, emotional health, enjoying my achievements,” Benito said. “We’re going to celebrate. Let’s go here, let’s go there, get on the boat. I have a few occasional jobs and I’ll go to the studio but no pressure. Remember yourself cabrón. You worked your ass.”
It was back in April before its main performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.
In a post that has since been deleted, the musician wrote next to the set of nine mirrored selfies, “I have a lot to tell you, but I’d better say it tomorrow at Coachella…”
In an interview with PEOPLE, the singer “Coco Chanel” recalled her favorite summer memories.
“I have so many memories of highways in Puerto Rico, my home on the west side of Puerto Rico, and listening to music. I was always a playlist freak,” he says.
“When I was little, when there were no platforms and no way to make playlists, I found a way. I would buy CDs and create playlists on CDs and collect different kinds of music. … And it was always about pleasing my father.
He adds that he will be adding a few songs to these playlists for his father, mother, siblings and a little for himself.
“I have so many memories on these highways listening to these CDs and playlists that I’m going to create. And yet, every time I go west of Puerto Rico, I get flashbacks from those moments, and it feels good.”
Yildiz released her last single “Where She Goes” in a Pepsi commercial on May 18.