You can debate Drake's authenticity, but one thing that's hard to debate about him is his versatility. He can succeed in many genres, whether it's hip-hop, R&B ('Hold On We're Going Home) or pop ('Find Your Love'). But the question remains: Can he do bachata? OK, that's not really a burning question, but it's nice to know he is decent in that area. The Toronto rapper connected with Bronx, N.Y.'s Romeo Santos for 'Odio' -- which means Spanish for hatred.