Late Thursday night, Lopez shared a quick clip to Instagram from what is presumably the set of the collab's music video. In the background, you can hear a portion of the song. Lopez also previewed the song in an Instagram Story update.
Some fans have speculated that Lopez and Bad Bunny will debut the song at the upcoming Latin American Music Awards, set for Oct. 25 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. J Balvin (who has a full-length Bad Bunny collab project in the works) and Ozuna lead the nominees with a total of nine nods each. Bad Bunny is up for five potential awards including the Artist of the Year distinction.
Earlier this month, Bad Bunny linked with Drake for "MIA," produced by DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz. The two also dropped the track's official Fernando Lugo-directed video. "We spoke about everything," Bad Bunny previously told Billboard of his creative sessions with Drake. "I don't speak English well, but after a few drinks you can speak any language. We spoke about music, basketball, everything."
Lopez, meanwhile, last linked with Cardi B and DJ Khaled for the Tommy Brown-assisted "Dinero."