Latin Remix of the Week: Fuego, Nicky Jam's 'Good Vibes' Feat. De La Ghetto, Amenazzy & C. Tangana

Sheron Barber
Fuego

Five months after dropping their "Good Vibes" collaboration, Fuego and Nicky Jam have recruited three colleagues to give the hit even more fire.

The “Good Vibes (Official Remix),” released on Thursday, features Dominican singer Amenazzy, Puerto Rican artist De La Ghetto and Spanish singer C. Tangana. Together, the five urban artists not only form a rhythmic melting pot, but also give the reggaeton-dancehall hit a catchy new feel.

With lyrics such as “now she’s bad to you but good to me,” the song is about giving a woman love and attention in order to help her forget whoever treated her badly.

The original “Good Vibes” music video was released in September and has amassed more than 27 million views.

Listen to the remix below.