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Furthermore, the visuals sees the Canadian hip-hop superstar flawlessly singing in Spanish, rhyming about his love for a girl.

AceShowbiz - Following Justin Bieber and Cardi B, Drake is the latest act to jump on the reggaeton bandwagon. The Canadian hip-hop superstar has teamed up with Bad Bunny for a new single entitled "Mia". For those who don't know, the title of the song doesn't stand for "missing in action." It translates to "mine."

The music video for the song was unearthed on Thursday, October 11. Directed by Fernando Lugo, the visuals features the collaborators throwing an epic party in the neighborhood along with a lot of gorgeous ladies. The two casually show off some dance moves and partake in a friendly game of domino.

It's clear as day that the highlight of the clip is the fact that Drake sings in Spanish. According to translations, the "God's Plan" hitmaker and Bunny rhyme about how they are extremely in love with a girl and tell her that they will not let her go anymore. "Everyone is waiting for you/ But you are mine/ Making them hate me more," Drake sings. "Because everyone wants to try with you."

"MIA" is among the new material for Bunny's debut album "La Nueva Religion", which still doesn't have an official release date. The Puerto Rican native previously said of his collaborator in an interview with Billboard, "We spoke about everything. I don't speak English well, but after a few drinks you can speak any language. We speak about music, basketball, everything."

Bunny recently made his American Music Awards debut by teaming up with Cardi and J Balvin to deliver rendition of their hit collaboration "I Like It". He was wheeled to the stage in a grocery cart while the femcee strutted her best moves in a floral massive gown. Balvin, meanwhile, only came down to the stage towards the end of the set, sliding his way down from the DJ booth.

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