Drake flexes his Spanish skills on Bad Bunny’s “Mia”

The highly anticipated collaboration is here.

Bad Bunny and Drake have been teasing fans with their song “Mia” since January. Finally (only about ten months later) the song has arrived, and with a video to boot.

“Mia,” which means ‘mine’ in English, is a hip-shaking reggaeton number, rapped and sung entirely in Spanish—and yes, this includes Drake. The 6 God opens the track and impreses with his language skills before Bad Bunny jumps in on the second half with the infectious: “Dile que tú eres mía, mía / Tu sabe’ que eres mía, mía,” where he claims that his girl is, well, his.

In the accompanying video, the duo throw a house party where they play a game of dominoes and dance with women all night long.

Is “Mia” set to be 2018’s “Despacito?” You decide. Check it out below:

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