Fuck, I needed this bit of joy this morning. With The Tonight Show in Puerto Rico for a special episode, host Jimmy Fallon linked up with Bad Bunny for a run-through of "MIA" on the streets of Old San Juan.

Bunny and Fallon were joined for the Fortaleza Street throwdown by The Roots' Questlove and Black Thought, as well as a crowd of people ready to walk and dance along to the Billboard Hot 100 hit. Catch the full performance up top.

Elsewhere during Tuesday night's show, Fallon welcomed Hamilton creator and Mary Poppins Returns star Lin-Manuel Miranda. For their interview, the two sat down on the set of the Puerto Rico edition of the ubiquitous musical. Miranda is reprising his role as the title character for the run, which will be raising money for Flamboyan Arts Fund.

Bad Bunny, meanwhile, was the subject of an April 2018 Rolling Stone piece in which he was quite accurately dubbed the "Four-Billion-Stream Man" and credited with leading Latin trap's charts takeover. "Right now if you look at the U.S., trap is pop," Bad Bunny said. "We're making the music that the people are asking us for. So it's just a matter of acceptance." Bunny's "MIA," the studio version of which features Drake, peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 last year.