On October 1 in Los Angeles, the Grammy-winning rapper and reggaetón artist Bad Bunny will be given a special day.
Kevin de León, a councilman for the city of Los Angeles, proposed the resolution in recognition of the singer's "immense cultural impact on the Latino population throughout the City of LA."
Both Friday and Saturday at SoFi Stadium, the singer will perform.
The City of Los Angeles has one of the greatest Latino populations outside of Latin American countries, with 50% of the population being of Latin origin, according to de León. Future generations will be greatly benefited by Bad Bunny's cultural effect, which will forever change Latino culture in Los Angeles and beyond.
Bad Bunny, real name Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, is renowned for writing songs that address important problems like racism, homophobia, racial inequities, economic inequalities, gender violence, and more.
He is both the "all-time most-streamed musician internationally in a single day" and the "most-streamed" Latin artist on Spotify.
In the 64 years that the Billboard 200 list has been in existence, his record "El ltimo Tour del Mundo" was the first all-Spanish album to ever reach the top spot.
The Latin superstar will perform in Los Angeles to close out the American leg of his "Un Verano Sin Ti" tour before continuing on to other countries until December.