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Bad Bunny would have gone into ‘culinary arts’ if he wasn’t a musician

The Puerto Rican artist expresses the creative stimulation he feels through cooking.

Bad Bunny would have gone into ‘culinary arts’ if he wasn’t a musician

In the March issue of Interview magazine, Bad Bunny reveals a side of him that his community probably wasn’t aware of: instead of cooking up music hits, he would have designed culinary concoctions as a chef.

The pop icon opens up to the magazine about what career he would have pursued if music hadn’t worked out for him. However, he admitted that he found it hard to imagine any scenario where he wasn’t making music: ‘If I wasn’t going anywhere with my music, I was going to work in the culinary arts’. I saw cooking as something creative, because sure, there are recipes, but there’s also the opportunity to make your own dishes, to create your own flavour’.

The Grammy winner expressed his passion for music since his childhood, as a dream that would finally come true; as well as his incursion into the culinary universe following the opening of his restaurant Gekko, together with David Grutman. A Japanese steakhouse that has become a culinary institution in Miami, where all the Hollywood stars who pass through its tables are dazzled by its high aesthetics and its proposal in which Wagyu beef stands out.

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