The crew first teased their new clip via Instagram in February — nestled underneath a comfy quilt, the Latino Gang is photographed sporting silky pajama units, whereas Benny Blanco is stuffed in a teddy bear go well with. The picture involves life within the new video, which exhibits the fab 4 dancing foolish throughout a gargantuan mattress. And whereas the video typically boasts healthful fare, don’t get it twisted — Gomez and Balvin swap deceptively rousing verses in each English and Spanish. “I’m getting her one other drink, simply in case she’s thirsty,” purrs Balvin; “No one’s gotta know, we are able to hold it low-key,” sings Gomez.
The newest in a wave of English-Spanish crossover hits, the track was first devised between Tainy —the reggaeton prodigy behind the 2018 Latin entice anthem, “I Like It” — and Benny Blanco, Gomez’ trusted producer and Number One hitmaker for Halsey and Khalid.
“I heard Selena was searching for tracks,” mentioned Tainy to Rolling Stone final week. “So I sat down with Mike Sabath and Cris Chil, two songwriters. We did a pair classes, however that got here out the primary day.”
Gomez had beforehand made bilingual pop gold with Ozuna and Cardi B of their DJ Snake-orchestrated hit, “Taki Taki” In the meantime, Balvin and Tainy are exhausting at work on the follow-up to Balvin’s extremely embellished 2018 album, Vibras.
“Tainy is among the most gifted producers I’ve ever met,” Balvin instructed Rolling Stone. “And he’s not only a Latino producer. I don’t think about music like that: When somebody’s that gifted, they’re only a international citizen.”