Bad Bunny Fans Will Want To Book A Stay In This Tricky Bad Bunny Truck | Architectural Summary

A night spent sleeping in a big rig doesn’t sound very appealing, unless it’s Bad Bunny’s tricked-out truck. To celebrate the end of its sold-out tour and its record 9.1 billion streams on Spotify in 2021, Bad Bunny (AKA Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) offers three one night stays in his luxurious ride on Airbnb.

The exterior of the truck.

Photo: Eric Rojas / Courtesy of Airbnb

Bad Bunny fans will no doubt recognize the matte black truck from the cover of the Puerto Rican artist’s latest album, El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo, but what some may not realize is that the 53-foot trailer has been converted by West Coast Customs into the ultimate living space. The studio-like space features a blue-walled kitchenette at one end, a pink-walled bedroom at the other, and a bright purple living room in between. The first is the most lavishly decorated with a retro Frigidaire mini-fridge, red vinyl chairs, and checkerboard flooring.

Bad Bunny in the kitchen area.

Photo: Eric Rojas / Courtesy of Airbnb

“Being on tour has reconnected me with my fans and the energy they give me at every gig in every city we visit is amazing,” says Bad Bunny. “I hope that by welcoming guests into my truck, I can make them feel like they are on tour with me. This truck played such a big part in the concept of my tour and my latest album that I want to share this unique experience with them.

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