La Noche de Anoche
by Bad Bunny (featuring Rosalia)

Album: El Último Tour Del Mundo (2020)
Charted: 53


  • Here, Bad Bunny and Rosalia recount a bedroom encounter that happened "all night last night" ("La Noche de Anoche"). Though the pair were excited about the hookup and gave everything, it left both of them feeling disappointed.
  • The two artists recorded their vocals separately because of the COVID-19 pandemic and scheduling conflicts. "We'd been trying to work together for a while and the right opportunity hadn't come up, Bad Bunny explained to Billboard. "Chris Jedi sent me a track with a rhythmic base he did with Rosalía, and I thought it was cool, but I let it sit for a while. A couple of days later, I couldn't stop singing the song. So I told Chris I would take a stab at it and see what came out."
  • The soft reggaeton track is one of only three collaborations on El Último Tour Del Mundo, the other two being "Dakati" with Jay Cortez and "Sorry Papi" with Abra. "I understand that in this business, everyone lives for collaborating on albums," Bad Bunny stated to Apple Music. "I thought it was time to demonstrate versatility and bring something fresh to the fans."


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