YHLQMDLG

8.6

Pitchfork

8.5/10

AllMusic

8.0/10

Rolling Stone

9.0/10

Consequence of Sound

8.7/10

Bad Bunny’s second album is outstanding. It’s a big party record that pushes boundaries and pays homage to reggaetón’s past and future, all made by a swaggering star with absolutely nothing to prove. –Matthew Ismael Ruiz (Pitchfork)

Bad Bunny does whatever he wants, even if that means quitting when you’re far ahead. If he does, we’ll still have YHLQMDLG, a transformative fever dream of an album that accents freedom by breaking all the rules without writing new ones. –Thom Jurek (AllMusic)

The Latin trap superstar’s excellent sophomore LP convenes a family reunion of his favorite rappers and reggaetoneros –Suzy Exposito (Rolling Stone)

The Latin trap and reggaeton sensation solidifies his stardom while hinting at early retirement –Lucas Villa (Consequence of Sound)

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