J Balvin, at the close of 2022, continues to be one of the most successful reggaetoneros with international projection, From great concerts in different parts of the world, to attending the most exclusive fashion events in the industry, he carries the Colombian flag high.
(See also: This is the great house of J Balvin in Colombia; the plan is to turn it into a ‘little town’)
With more than ten years of career, the man from Antioquia has reaped great musical and business successes, which allow him to give himself all the tastes he wants. In addition to his large collections of cars and motorcycles, there is one property that fills him with pride.
It turns out that recently, J Balvin decided to renovate a mansion located on the outskirts of his native Medellín, He wanted it to have the appearance of a “house in the air”, which covers a 1,593-square-meter plot of land.
The singer gave him details made of materials such as concrete, metals and wood finishes. The color that stands out the most in the house is green, both inside and outside, referring to the tranquility that he seeks so much in this space that is so important.
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This new J Balvin house also has Japanese architecture, a style that he is really a fan of, so the most important thing here is minimalismclean lines and sober colors, without resorting to sudden changes or unexpected changes.
This detail is curious, taking into account that the interpreter of ‘Mi Gente’ in his concerts and his public appearances usually stands out for his striking style, stuffy and/or extravagant, a stark contrast to what his house in Colombia represents.
(Also read: [Video] J Balvin’s reaction when Feid’s glasses were thrown at him at his concert)
J Balvin, the most listened to Colombian in the world
2022 was another good year for the paisa, as revealed by Spotify at the end of November, making it clear that he is the Colombian with the highest number of reproductions worldwide on his streaming platform. This was thanks to songs like ‘Nivel de Perreo’, with Ryan Castro, or his collaboration with Ed Sheeran ‘Sigue’.
The company also revealed that most of Balvin’s listeners come from the United States, Mexico and Spain, in that same order. Likewise, according to Spotify’s ‘ranking’, The reggaetonero ranked number 19 on the list of the most listened to artists worldwide, a list that was led by the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny.