Bad Bunny and Drake released a collaborative single and music video titled "MIA" on Wednesday. The breezy, up-tempo record features Drake singing his ass off in Spanish, as Bunny follows up with a lengthy verse of his own. The visual sees the two stars enjoying a night-time block party, equipped with hookahs flashing lights, and tons of people.
This isn't the first time we've seen Drake sing in Spanish, in 2014, the OVO lead man showed his linguistic abilities on Romeo Santos's "Odio."
In Bad Bunny's 2018 Fall Fashion FADER cover story, the budding musician hinted at an upcoming musical collab with Drake. Read the brief excerpt below.
Watch "MIA" above.
Bad Bunny has already witnessed abundance: in a little under two years, he has become an unequivocal superstar across Latin America and the diaspora. His irreverent, emotional, trumpet-like verses have been dominating on near-ubiquitous features with some of rap and reggaetón’s biggest names — Ozuna, Arcangel, Farruko, Alexis y Fido, Daddy Yankee, Nicki Minaj and, soon, Drake, who sings his verse in Spanish — and on his own songs, which notoriously started out as SoundCloud singles he uploaded while he was attending the University of Puerto Rico at Arecibo as a communications student interested in radio, moonlighting as a bagger at the ECONO grocery store.