Bad Bunny left us with quite a lot to talk about after his recent appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Not only did he reveal a lot of major details regarding his upcoming album, but he made a poignant political statement in his performance, too.

In terms of the album, Bad Bunny dropped reveal after reveal — over the course of four minutes we discovered the album is (as rumored) titled YHLQMDLG  and the acronym translates to: "I Do Whatever I Want." We found out it will be 20 tracks long, has sick album art, and — drum roll — it's dropping tomorrow, February 29.

The Puerto Rican musician also performed “Ignorantes” featuring Sechs, the third single from the forthcoming album, and he did so wearing a skirt and a shirt that read: “Mataron a Alexa. No un hombre con falda” ("They killed Alexa. Not a man in a skirt"). The slogan refers to the recent murder of Alexa Negrón Luciano. Luciano was a transgender homeless woman and her tragic killing has renewed outrage over transphobia in Puerto Rico.

Watch Bad Bunny's Fallon appearances in the videos below.

Bad Bunny recently shared his “6 Rings” track. The tribute left many Kobe Brant fans in tears. Listen to the song and see how fans reacted here.

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