Bad Bunny “Mia” Featuring Drake: Listen to New Spanish Language Collaboration
After months of anticipation, today (Oct. 11), Latin trap trailblazer Bad Bunny has finally released his debut collaboration with Toronto superstar Drake, pairing the new single with an accompanying music video.
Bad Bunny's new song, “Mia,” features him and Drake running through their verses in Spanish, a notable transition from Drake’s primary dialect of English. The OVO rapper previously tried his hand at singing in Spanish back in 2014, appearing on Bachata singer Romeo Santos' single “Odio.”
During the accompanying music video, Drake can be seen right at home, attending a night-time block party with Bad Bunny, as the two entertain guests, casually show off some dance moves and partake in a friendly game of dominos.
Drake and Bad Bunny were previously spotted in the studio together back in January of this year, with the duo teasing what they were working on and how much fun they were having in a couple of Instagram videos. During one of the clips, Drizzy referred to his new collaborator as “el mejor,” which translates to the best.
In addition to dropping their new joint single this week, Bad Bunny also made an appearance at the 2018 American Music Awards, joining Cardi B for a performance of their No. 1 hit single, “I Like It,” alongside J Balvin.
Check out Bad Bunny and Drake’s first-ever collaboration, "Mia," below.
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