Bad Bunny has enlisted Drake for his new track "MIA," which was previously teased way back in January.

 

¿Ya escucharon "MIA"? 👀

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Stream the new collab, produced by DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz, below via Apple Music.

Bad Bunny and Drake also dropped off the collab's official video, directed by Fernando Lugo:

The track notably sees Drake singing in Spanish, which we first learned was in the works thanks to comments from DJ Nelson at the Red Bull Musical Festival in New York in May. "I just heard a track from Bad Bunny and Drake and Drake is singing in Spanish," Nelson said at the time. "It's happening."

Drake also sang in Spanish on last year's Romeo Santos single "Odio," taken from Santos' Formula Vol. 2.

"We spoke about everything," Bad Bunny told Billboard of his recording sessions with Drake back in May. "I don't speak English well, but after a few drinks you can speak any language. We spoke about music, basketball, everything."

Bad Bunny is dropping a joint album with his "I Like It" collaborator J Balvin, though a release date has not been set. The album is tentatively titled Oasis, as Bad Bunny revealed to Complex in his recent cover story interview. "It's a rescue, a relief, to freshen up," he explained. "When you go to an oasis, you go there to supply yourself with the vital things you are missing, things that you need. That's why it says water, because human beings can’t live without water."

Drake, meanwhile, is apparently set to drop a collab mixtape with tour partners Migos.

If you're looking for the English lyric option of "MIA," check it out below.