Drake in Collaboration with Bad Bunny Joins Latin Trap
The Canadian singer Drake, has joined the Latin trap fever by collaborating with the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny, in the hit single Mia, which is the key to the success of both artists.
The song premiered without prior notice and accompanied by a video, directed by Daniel Lugo, same director of the urban mega-successful video Te boté by Casper, Nio García, Darell, Nicky Jam, Bad Bunny and Ozuna.
The clip was filmed in Miami couple of weeks ago and has surprised the fans not only because of the explosive combination of both artists but because Drake was encouraged to sing completely in Spanish. The Canadian had already dabbled with Romeo Santos in the bachata single Odio in 2014, in which he sings some parts in Spanish and others in English, although the single was not very successful.
The reception was full of positive reviews and the video already adds almost one million views on YouTube.
BadBunny y Drake están en otra liga señores, que canción tan 🔝🔝🔝
— Tatan17 🦏 (@JuanSe17Vargas) October 11, 2018
Yo creo que Drake se ha equivocado de idioma toda su carrera😂👌🏼
— Tato Zablah (@TatoZablah) October 11, 2018
Drake is one of the most sought after stars in the world of music. This summer, the rapper placed seven songs among the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 list, surpassing the Beatles, who in 1964 simultaneously placed five songs on the top musical popularity list in the US. Also, his Scorpion album was the most heard on Spotify. For his part, Bad Bunny is considered the king of Latin trap and is one of the most successful urban singers at the moment.
Original Source: CiberCuba