Just two days after Justin Bieber rocked the world and showed off his Spanish-speaking skills in a remix of Daddy Yankee and Luis Fonsi's song, "Despacito", he did what no other artist has done before. The Biebs performed the song live with Luis Fonsi at his Purpose Tour concert in Puerto Rico.
The fans went wild, naturally.
"Despacito" has been the number one song in several countries for weeks now and Justin's vocals on the track added just an extra layer of sexiness to it. Also, who knew this Canadian heartthrob could roll his tongue in Luis and Daddy Yankee's native language? It was a recipe for success and even Justin's English speaking fans can't get enough of the heat that "Despacito" has brought to their lives.
Justin was reportedly performing his normal Purpose Tour routine when he suddenly announced Luis on stage and that's when the entire vibe of the venue changed.
A fan posted this video on Instagram with the caption, "@luisfonsi y @justinbieber #despacito 🔥🔥🔥 #puertorico @scooterbraun."
It's being reported that after the performance took place, Justin took the time out to acknowledge Luis and thank Luis for letting him jump on such an amazing track. JB said, "Thank you so much. This guy, thank you so much for letting me get on the record. It's amazing! I know you guys love this guy, give him a round of applause. I appreciate it."
"Despacito" is the first song Justin has lent his vocals to in 2017 and it's breaking records. To be honest, after Justin's comeback he's breaking a lot of records and we can't blame the fans for helping him do it. I mean, come on, his voice is sharp, precise and unlike anything else out there at the moment.
In the first 24 hours of "Despacito" featuring the Biebs was released, it gained over 20 million views on YouTube. These numbers made it the biggest music video premiere this year totally surpassing Ed Sheeran's video for "Shape of You."
Daddy Yankee may not have been able to make this performance in Puerto Rico but our fingers are crossed that we will see all three of the guys on stage belting out the catchy tune sooner rather than later.