Album: Single release only (2018)


  • "Amorfoda" finds Bad Bunny regretting having ever met a girl he fell for after their love goes awry. The song title loosely translates to "a f--- love" or "a love f---ed."

    The Puerto Rican MC told Billboard he'd penned the tune several years before.

    Well, I can't give you the details of the actual story but it's a song, obviously, about something almost everyone has experienced. Everyone has been in love, at some point or another," he explained. "It's honestly a song I've had written for quite some time now. In fact, it's a song I had written way before the fame and success."
  • The song is a departure from Bad Bunny's signature trap music. Instead it's a melancholic piano ballad in which he expresses his pain over the breakup.

    "I've always loved this song because I wrote it with a lot of sentiment behind it," the Puerto Rican artist said. "It's the kind of record that reminds me of the longevity of really good songs. A good song never gets old. It was just a matter of time, and it was time to come out with something different."


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