Watch Bad Bunny’s Gender Fluid Music Video ‘Caro’


The Puerto Rican superstar delivers a powerful music video with his single, “Caro.”

Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, known by his stage name “Bad Bunny” delivered a powerful video for his single, “Caro,” promoting gender fluidity and acceptance. Watch the official music video below.

The singer released his debut album, X 100pre, on December 24, 2018. The album featured Drake, Diplo, and El Alfa. The album peaked at no. 11 on the Billboard 200 and was highly praised for its uniqueness. Bad Bunny spoke out against the abuse of women in “Solo de Mi.” On Instagram, Bad Bunny wrote on his Instagram “I’m not sure if ****fights are abuse but gender violence against women and the absurd amount of women who are murdered is.”

The track from the album “Caro,” which translates to “expensive” in English talks about living your best life and minding your business. The video opens up with Bad Bunny getting a manicure in an elegant light pink mansion and then the camera refocuses to Puerto Rican Model, Jazmyne Joy, who is rocking the gender-fluid style throughout the video. Puerto Rican legend, Ricky Martin, co-wrote “Caro” with Bad Bunny. On the heartfelt bridge, Ricky Martin’s vocals back Bad Bunny’s as ask in Spanish, “Why can I not be like that? What damage have I done to you?”

It is so great to see the rising star using his platform to be the voice of the underrepresented people in the LatinX community. The video is so well done.