Believe it or not! Here's what Jimin from BTS and Bad Bunny have in common

Believe it or not! Here's what Jimin from BTS and Bad Bunny have in common

The South Korean singer and the Puerto Rican reggaeton star have become icons of their respective musical genres.

Music and fashion have taken a giant step forward in terms of stereotypes, because even though there are still a lot of taboos, many times what singers do shows us that not everything is black or white, man or woman.

And as proof of this there is Jimin from BTS and Bad Bunny who, strange as it may seem, share something that is extremely incredible. Their audiences are very different, and even more so their musical styles and the lyrics of their songs.

Unisex fashion

Unisex fashion was established as a trend between the 1960s and 1970s and was intended to dilute gender differences in appearance, clothing, behavior and personal names. For this reason, it is increasingly common for various artists and even brands to choose to use genderless items, something that celebrities take advantage of to define their image.

Such is the case of BTS, which not only influences music, but has become an icon in fashion and gradually contributes to the eradication of gender stereotypes. RM, Jimin, V, Suga, Jin, Jungkook and J-Hope have become influencers, with all that this entails, since their trends have an immediate impact on their fans, and somehow they have managed to make important contributions to a label-free society.

For its part, Bad Bunny has begun to make inroads into the world of fashion to the delight of its fans, and with this, its fans are also beginning to see how the reggaeton singer has tried to break out of fashion stereotypes. For this reason, it is increasingly common to see the urban singer with looks without gender labels, and that little by little gives him the possibility to approach new audiences that, perhaps, some years ago might have been unimaginable for him.

For all these reasons, both Jimin from BTS and Bad Bunny share a taste for genderless fashion, which has also made many people from all walks of life question their gender roles. The South Korean has been labeled the king of K-Pop and the wave it provokes in the world is incredible. The reggaeton player has positioned himself as a referent of the reggaeton. Both are influencers, without a doubt, and both are out of the stereotypes.

Alejandro Peña

Journalist, broadcaster and creative editor+ info

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