Bad Bunny Turns the Grammys Into a Giant Dance Party With Energetic Performance

Two years after his debut Grammys performance, Bad Bunny made a triumphant return to the award ceremony on Sunday night. The 28-year-old Puerto Rican artist opened the show, this time performing "El Apagón" and "Después de la Playa" from his record-breaking "Un Verano Sin Ti" album. Bad Bunny basically turned the ceremony into a giant dance party; even Taylor Swift couldn't resist getting up and moving to the music.

In addition to his performance, Bad Bunny was nominated for three awards, including best pop solo performance for "Moscow Mule," best música urbana album for "Un Verano Sin Ti," and album of the year for "Un Verano Sin Ti," which became the first all Spanish-language album to receive an album of the year nomination by the Recording Academy. So far, he's won one out of three: best música urbana album.

Bad Bunny recently wrapped up his "World's Hottest Tour," raking in a record-breaking $435 million in tour grosses, per Billboard. He also released a collaboration with fellow Puerto Rican rapper Ñengo Flow titled "Gato de Noche." Up next, he's set to headline Coachella alongside Frank Ocean and Blackpink.