It wouldn't be a party without J Balvin.
The 33-year-old Colombian rapper took the stage during the 2019 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards in Miami on Thursday, to give a dynamic performance of his latest single, "Reggaeton."
Dressed in an all-white ensemble with matching sunglasses and sneakers, Balvin got the crowd shaking and moving with his latest hit. The singer stood atop a white cube that lit up with a slew of neon colors and images.
Created with famed producer Tainy and beatmaker Sky Rompiendo, "Reggaeton" is a catchy tune that celebrates the urban music scene, referencing the genre's greats like Daddy Yankee, Tego Calderón and Wisin & Yandel, while the music video gives nods to plenty others like Don Omar and Zion & Lennox.
Balvin received a total of 12 Premio Lo Nuestro nominations, including Artist of the Year and Single of the Year for his song with Nicky Jam, "X."
ET spoke with Balvin during his rehearsals where he opened up about his forthcoming single, "I Can't Get Enough," which features Selena Gomez, Tainy and Benny Blanco.
"[Selena sings in] English. You know, I represent the Spanish," Balvin shared. "[She's] amazing! Such a humble girl," Balvin added. "Great person. I’m really happy she’s the way she is."
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