He lives in L.A and he was going to get free promo for his single and increase his Latino fanbase, it would have been stupid if Justin Bieber hadn’t made a surprise appearance last night, January 24th, at the 2016 Calibash. The Calibash (sponsored by SBS.
Justin Bieber has dropped a hot new remix for his hit single “Sorry,” that features Colombian reggaeton artist J Balvin, a bilingual collaboration that makes the most of the tropical-flavored tune. The remix dropped Thursday night on iTunes and Spotify.
Even if you don’t know Spanish, the lyrics to Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” remix featuring Justin Bieber was 100 ... slowly And then Fonsi goes: DESPACITO! Sorry, we had to. Why is this relevant? On Tuesday, both Demi Lovato and.
Take a listen: The remix also comes with a fresh set of reggae-tinged verses that are a little more Shaggy "It Wasn't Me" than earnestly and remorsefully sorry, with the brothers talking about their "weakness for sweetness" and flying out side-chicks on.
We're so here for this video! Little Mix and CNCO just premiered their music video for their remix of "Reggaetón Lento." Marc Klasfeld directed the sultry video for the Spanglish dance remix which has already accumulated over 30 million streams worldwide.
The re-release will also include a documentary, 'Reggaeton Lento (Remix)' and an edited tracklist. Just Tattoo Of Us Host Charlotte Crosby Admits She 'Felt Sorry' For Teen Mom UK's Naomi Konickova And Her 'Saggy Boobs' Tattoo - EXCLUSIVE.
Justin Bieber’s “Sorry” has been at the top of the Hot 100 for three weeks straight. But have you heard its Latin remix? Colombian reggaeton singer J Balvin was performing at Los Angeles’ Staples Center last night for Calibash 2016 when he brought.
Justin Bieber followed in the footsteps of Will Smith and teamed up to release his own Latino remix for his single, “Sorry.” The Canadian pop singer dropped a reggaeton-flavor remix of his new hit single with rising Colombian star J Balvin. The song.
Sorry," and it's remix which included reggaeton-pop sensation J Balvin, was just the primer. "Adding Justin Bieber because of name recognition opened up that specific song and that genre to a whole other world of people who had maybe never heard.
Perhaps no more perfect example of reggaeton entering the global mainstream exists than the Despacito remix. Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s Spanish-language original, released in January, has become a massive global hit over the course of the year.