The Puerto Rican superstar broke the news during his recent appearance on Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show."
Bad Bunny notably debuted the cover art for his upcoming sophomore solo album, whose cryptic title stands for "Yo Hago Lo Que Me Da La Gana" ("I Do Whatever I Want").
Much to Fallon's surprise, the 25-year-old reggaetonero announced that the album will arrive as soon as Saturday, February 29 at midnight (EST).
The long-awaited follow-up to 2018's "X 100pre" will feature 20 songs, including the previously issued "Callaíta," Vete" and "Ignorantes."
"Ignorantes" notably marked Bad Bunny's first collaboration Panamanian singer-songwriter Sech.
The single dropped on Valentine's Day along with an accompanying visual, in which scenes of the Latinx musicians performing "Ignorantes" were intercut with footage of couples in love.
Bad Bunny's visit to the "Tonight Show" also included a live rendition of his latest single, during which he wore a shirt and a skirt that read "Mataron a Alexa, no a un hombre con falda" ("They killed Alexa, not a man in a skirt").
The statement commented on the recent murder of Puerto Rican transgender woman Alexa Negrón Luciano, who was shot after a fellow customer complained she had spied on her in the toilet of a McDonalds near San Juan.
"YHLQMDLG" will arrive a few months after Bad Bunny made a surprise appearance at the Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show headlined by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.
While on stage, the reggaetonero reconnected with fellow Latinx superstar J Balvin, with whom he collaborated for their 2019 joint album "Oasis."
While waiting for "YHLQMDLG," relieve Bad Bunny's recent visit to Jimmy Fallon's "Tonight Show":