The Colombian star's reinvention of the track, which will be included in the upcoming star-studded covers album The Metallica Blacklist out Sept. 10, finds Balvin rapping about his humble beginnings, his hustle, and fame over hip-hop drums.
"One of my favorite bands and favorite songs," the reggaeton star wrote on social media. "For the culture! Music was created to unite." J Balvin's "Wherever I Roam" was one of two new versions released Wednesday. The other one was from country artist Jon Pardi, which you can listen to here.