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Bad Bunny’s output has become predictably unpredictable, and El Último Tour Del Mundo is a wildcard of an album that indulges his alt-driven impulses. He’s still working within the framework of the reggaeton and trap styles he’s known for, but he fills these productions with a generous heap of spangled synths and serrated guitars. None of these sounds are completely new to him: His debut album, 2018’s X100Pre, included the careening ode to pop-punk, “Tenemos Que Hablar,” and the metal breakdown of “Hablamos Mañana” is one of the many peaks on YHLQMDLG. However, those tracks came across as single strokes of inspiration within already-eclectic palettes, like flashes of neon in a rainbow. On El Último Tour del Mundo, Bad Bunny embeds rock, new wave, and electronic influences evenly across the tracklist, resulting in his most offbeat, experimental project yet.