Last night, Justin Bieber crashed J Balvin's sold-out performance at the CALIBASH Concert at Staples Center and the two artists performed the official remix of "Sorry" that was released back in November. Before the show, the duo hinted at the surprise performance on Instagram

It looks like this is only the start of something more to come from the collaborators. “I want to congratulate this man, it’s a sold-out Staples Center... He's so talented," Bieber said on stage. "I’m super glad to be a part of your project…we’ve got something special coming soon too." Bieber teased another surprise again on Twitter. "Had to support my bro @JBALVIN tonight at Staples. We got more coming." We're hoping the surprise has something to do with Balvin tweeting early this morning about being in the studio with Bieber, Kanye West, Chance the Rapper, and Big Sean. Watch clips of the performance below.

 

SORRY REMIX EN VIVO @justinbieber SORRY REMIX LIVE #colombia #latinos #historia #reggaeton #sueñaengrande

A video posted by J Balvin (@jbalvin) on Jan 25, 2016 at 4:53am PST

 

SORRY REMIX LIVE !!! @justinbieber !! HISTORIA!! HISTORY!!! SUEÑA EN GRANDE !! DREAM BIG!!

A video posted by J Balvin (@jbalvin) on Jan 24, 2016 at 11:26pm PST