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EDITORS’ NOTES

For the biggest rising phenomenon in Latin pop, getting Drake to sing on a new single wasn't the surprise—it was getting him to do so entirely in Spanish. But what Bad Bunny is proudest of when it comes to “MIA” is what Drizzy en español means for his culture, and for this moment. "Obviously, this song is an achievement for me in my career, but what makes me really feel good is to make Latinos feel proud,” he tells Apple Music. “To provoke that pride that a pop figure and someone so big in music globally like Drake would sing with me completely in Spanish and create this hit.” And while the big-ticket feature will undoubtedly pique curiosity, it doesn't overshadow Bad Bunny himself, who makes the most of his star turn, rapping about loyalty over a floating dembow beat.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For the biggest rising phenomenon in Latin pop, getting Drake to sing on a new single wasn't the surprise—it was getting him to do so entirely in Spanish. But what Bad Bunny is proudest of when it comes to “MIA” is what Drizzy en español means for his culture, and for this moment. "Obviously, this song is an achievement for me in my career, but what makes me really feel good is to make Latinos feel proud,” he tells Apple Music. “To provoke that pride that a pop figure and someone so big in music globally like Drake would sing with me completely in Spanish and create this hit.” And while the big-ticket feature will undoubtedly pique curiosity, it doesn't overshadow Bad Bunny himself, who makes the most of his star turn, rapping about loyalty over a floating dembow beat.

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