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28 January 2014, 11:28
Drake sings the language of love on the Bachata singer's new track, and it's driving the girls wild.
Just incase Drake and his notoriously loved-up lyrics haven't melted the hearts of enough ladies worldwide, the OVO rapper has jumped on Bachata singer Romeo Santos' new single 'Odio,' where he sings in Spanish.
Although English Speaking fans will struggle to work out what Drizzy's singing about when he comes through after Romeo's opening verse, the internet has proven no one seems to care. As long as it's in Spanish, they're going for it.
Romeo Santos and Drake singing bachata together in spanish had me like..... pic.twitter.com/DXyy2LSrVy— Rösaa Fucking Jasso (@jasso_rosa69) January 27, 2014
HOW DID I JUST HEAR "ODIO" LIKE DRAKE SINGING IN SPANISH IS EVERYTHING— Beyonces Weave (@remyf0x) January 28, 2014
Drake speaking spanish has got to be the best thing that has ever happened to this world.— elizabeth $ (@OVOssm_) January 28, 2014
Wow drake singing in Spanish has just made my day. Jheez gave me butterflies.— Kajal Mistry (@KajMist) January 28, 2014
Drake singing in Spanish. Lord Jesus thank you. #love— Carmela. (@xcarmelax) January 28, 2014
I didn't think my love for Drake could grow any fonder, but after hearing him sing in Spanish, I can safely conclude that I was wrong.— Claudia Pérez (@claudiaaperezz) January 28, 2014
Me when I listen to Odio by Romeo Santos and Drake pic.twitter.com/482zGdLb37— † Emily ✨ (@itsSo_emilyx3) January 27, 2014
Lucky for us, eventually Drake comes through with an English rap verse towards the end of the song, where it becomes clear the language barrier isn't easy for him either.
"Don't worry 'bout it, just keep speaking Spanish/ I'll get it translated you know you're my baby," Drake raps, "Don't stay with this new guy, I'll really go crazy."
The collaboration will appear on Romeo's forthcoming 'Formula, Vol. 2' album due February 25. It includes appearances from Drake's Young Money labelmate Nicki Minaj.