Tory Lanez and Puerto Rican artist Ozuna have joined forces on a new track called “Pa Mi,” which translates to “for me” in English.

The Spanish-language record marks Lanez’s first official release since his 2018 sophomore album Memories Don’t Die. Months after that project dropped, the Toronto artist announced he had several projects up his sleeve, including a Latin-infused album called El Agua, which would include appearances by Ozuna, Farruko, Arcángel, Prince Royce, Nicky Jam, and more.

“I wanted to do a Spanish language album for all my Spanish and Latin fans,” Lanez said in a press release. “That’s how the El Agua project came together. I want to be the biggest artist in the world, and I’m not letting anything stand in my way…not even language barriers. Ozuna was naturally who fit the vibe best. I’m going full in on this…it’s not just a side project.”

“Pa Mi” is available to stream now on Apple Music/iTunes and via Spotify below.

El Agua is set to drop later this year.

While you wait for the project to drop, fans can catch the rapper on his current world tour. The trek will include stops in Vancouver, Kansas City, Boston, Chicago, and Atlanta, before wrapping up Oct. 9 in Copenhagen. Learn more about the tour by heading here.