Justin Bieber is once again making news within the Latino community, and this time it doesn’t involve controversy.
The Canadian singer recently surprised his fans on Thursday when he released the Spanish-translated, Latino remix of his hit song Sorry now entitled Lo Siento Amor.
Taking to both Spotify and Itunes, Bieber released the track in-which he recorded with the aid of reggaeton artist J Balvin. And it’s a move that’s paid off both musically and publically wise.
The remix is catchy and contains the pulsing sound of a traditional reggaeton dance track which has caused the track to climb to #1 on Mexico’s Top 100 on Itunes music chart.
“The Latina girls are gonna go crazy,” Bieber, 21, tells Balvin, 30, in a short posted Instagram video regarding the response to his new Spanish track.
While Bieber is garnering some applause from some Latinos for his latest track, we’ll have to wait and see how the Spanish remix helps with Latinos living in Argentina, Brazil, and Colombia and how they have responded to the track since they may feel the need an apology is in order considering Bieber’s controversy tour through South America back in 2013 which included the star disrespecting Argentina’s flag and graffiti-tagging some wall throughout well-known Latin cities.
Controversy set aside, Bieber will release his fourth studio album on the 13th of November and you can catch Balvin who is set to perform at the 16th Annual Latin Grammy Awards show on the 19th of November.
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