Bad Bunny Sets Personal YouTube Record With Drake-Assisted 'Mia' Video

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Bad Bunny feat. Drake "Mia"

The clip earned more than 12 million views on YouTube on its first day.

Puerto Rican reggaeton star Bad Bunny collaborated with Drake to release the single "Mia" on Oct. 11 and a music video for the track was also released the same day.

The clip earned more than 12 million views on YouTube on its first day -- a personal 24-hour record for Bad Bunny -- landing the song at No. 2 on YouTube's U.S. Trending Videos chart. The video, which features the two singers at block party, now has more than 40 million views and counting.

This is Drake's first track in which he impressively raps entirely in Spanish, but he previously showed off his Spanish skills in Romeo Santos' "Odio" as well. "Mia" is also the first full Spanish-language song to go to No. 1 on Apple Music's Top Songs Chart in the United States.

Bad Bunny was recently featured on the hit "I Like It" with Cardi B and J Balvin, which they just performed live at the American Music Awards last week.

Check out the fun music video for Bad Bunny's "Mia," featuring Drake.

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