Residente, Anuel, Bad Bunny & More Latin Artists Who Penned Ultra-Personal Songs


After a challenging and tumultuous 2020, a new year is finally here. However, many Latin artists did not hold back from penning ultra-personal songs over the past year.

Residente’s most intimate and personal song to date, for example, is a seven-minute-long story of his life, going through childhood, depression, death and censorship — and using his birth name, René, as the title.

The song was released in February during Residente’s birthday week, and it helped inspire other confessional tracks, including Kendo Kaponi’s “Resistencia,” Ozuna’s “Gracias” and Anuel’s “Me Contagie 2.”

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