Here's Justin Bieber singing in Spanish. You're welcome

Isaac Cain
April 20, 2017

Where Biebs possibly redeemed himself in the new remix is actually trying his hand at Spanish instead of conforming to the typical bilingual remix standards.

After conquering the pop music industry, Justin Bieber has had the luxury of testing his limits in other genres from R&B to hip-hop, and even a little bit of country.

In this remix, the "Let me Love You" hit-maker starts off by singing in English, and the song then continues as it does in the original track until Bieber starts singing the chorus in Spanish. Although the songwriter has previously collaborated with J. Balvin for a billingual version of his song "Sorry", this is the first time the star has sung in Spanish. Following the release of the "Despacito" remix on Sunday, the audio video premiere of the song generated over 20 million views on YouTube in the first 24 hours, which makes it the largest music video premiere of 2017 so far.

Bieber also thanked Fonsi after the performance for making him a part of this record.

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This was certainly the case for Justin Bieber bringing Luis Fonsi on stage in Puerto Rico.

While the "Despacito" remix made the biggest YouTube debut of 2017 (and sits on top of the Billboard Latin Songs chart), the original tune isn't doing too shabby either.

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