Drake has already stepped foot in the Latin music market thanks to his collaboration with bachata singer Romeo Santos, and now, Drizzy looks to take his worldwide appeal even further with an upcoming collaboration with Latin trap artist Bad Bunny.

The Puerto Rican rapper recently hopped on Instagram to preview what appears to be a studio session with Drake. The video features Bad Bunny and Drizzy vibing out to a song's pounding bass as the More Life rapper lip-synchs the record's Spanish lyrics. In a separate video, Drake tries his hand at speaking Spanish, calling Bad Bunny "el mejor," which translates to "the best."

Bad Bunny is no stranger to the hip-hop world, having teamed up with rappers such as Nicki Minaj and 21 Savage on Farruko's "Krippy Kush (Remix)." The Puerto Rican artist also mentioned Drizzy's name on J Balvin's "Si Tu Novio te Deja Sola," referencing Drake's short-lived relationship with Jennifer Lopez.

In related Drake news, the MC's latest track, "God's Plan," recently broke an Apple Music record. Featured on Drizzy's two-song EP Scary Hours, "God's Plan" broke Apple's first-day streaming record, racking up over 14 million plays in one day.

"Breaking Records again @Drake - God’s Plan has streamed over 14M times, breaking the worldwide Apple Music first day streaming record," tweeted Zane Lowe on Wednesday (Jan. 24).

Along with a possible Bad Bunny collab, Drake will also be featured on Migos' forthcoming Culture II album.

Check out Drake and Bad Bunny in the studio below.

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