Demi Lovato and Luis Fonsi’s highly anticipated Spanish-language duet, “Echame La Culpa,” has arrived at last.
On the track Lovato finds herself entrenched in a lovers’ quarrel with the “Despacito” crooner. Singing in Spanish, they lament the status of their relationship before Demi goes in for the apology.
“Ok, I don’t really, really wanna fight anymore. I don’t really, really want to fake it no more. Play me like The Beatles. Baby, just let it be,” she pleads over an incandescent production. Their voice’s blend well together, and they soar with passion as the apology sinks in.
The accompanying music video features Demi singing in her bedroom before taking things to a smoldering nightclub. There, both her and Fonsi dance the night away alongside a live band and a crew of backup dancers. Watch the visual below.
Lovato is slated to perform on Sunday at the 2017 American Music Awards. Meanwhile, Fonsi took the stage at the Latin GRAMMY awards, on Thursday, where he also took home the GRAMMY for Record of the Year.