Drake sings in Spanish on new Bad Bunny song "Mia"
Is there anything Drake can't do?
Hopping on the Bad Bunny wave, Drake has tonight joined the Puerto Rican rapper on new song "Mia". But instead of spitting with his usual docile Canadian tone, on this new song the OVO head honcho can be heard singing in Spanish.
Earlier this year, Drizzy was spotted in the studio with Bad Bunny but up until this point nothing had come of the session. However, it's no surprise to learn that the two were working together, especially as young Aubrey is the ultimate genre chameleon.
Whether its dancehall ("Controlla"), Afrobeat ("One Dance"), South African house music ("Get It Together") or his allegiance to the trap wave, Drake for the past 10 years has become one of the most successful artists in the world because he's a trendsetter and an innovator of other trends.
"Mia" is released by Rimas Entertainment and Drake’s OVO Sound. On it Drake sings: "Dile que tú eres mía, mía/ Tú sabes que eres mía, mía/ Tú a mí me lo decías/ Eso yo te lo hacía."
"Mia" is not Drizzy’s first time rapping in Spanish. Back in 2014, he collaborated with Romeo Santos on "Odio".
Watch the Fernando Lugo-directed music video below for "Mia" below:
Bad Bunny has been a rising star in Hip Hop for the last few years. Once only recognised in Spanish-speaking countries, he's becoming bigger and bigger by the day - having a Drake feature is going to speed this process up dramatically.