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

    The highly anticipated collaboration is here.

    Bad Bunny, Drake, MIA
    Image: Bad Bunny official Instagram

    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: