Justin Bieber & 6 Other Artists Who Sang In Spanish

Justin Bieber & 6 Other Artists Who Sang In Spanish

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Justin Bieber fans were treated with quite the surprise this week when Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee released the remix of their song, “Despacito” this time featuring Justin Bieber singing in Spanish.
Demi Lovato has also flexed her Spanish vocals when she performed with Pablo Alboran at the 12th Annual Latin Grammys.
Drake is yet another artists like Justin who jumped on a Spanish song and although Drake doesn’t rap or sing in Spanish on the track, let’s just say it counts. Drake collaborated with Romeo Santos on his single, “Odio” and the result was fire.
There aren’t many things this next artist can’t do so it came as no surprise when Beyonce released a Spanish version of her hit, “irreplaceable” called “Irreemplazable.”
She also performed it live for her fans in Barcelona during the Formation tour. And just when you thought the Spanish covers couldn’t get any better, Ariana Grande released a version of “The Way” with her singing in Spanish as well as in English.
Fifth Harmony released their Juntos EP back in their early years that featured Spanish versions of Don’t Wanna Dance Alone, Miss Movin’ On, Better Together, Who Are You and Leave My Heart Out of This. And to boot, they’ve also sung a Spanish version of “Worth It.”
Camila has also sung a number of songs in Spanish including her recent collab with Pitbull and J Balvin called “Hey Ma” for the new Fast and Furious movie.
Fun fact about the collaboration is that Camila’s part was originally meant for Britney Spears.
And last but certainly not least, our girl Selena Gomez has sung quite a few songs in Spanish including Un Ano Sin Lluvia, Dices, Mas, and a cover of the original Selena’s Bidi Bidi Bom Bom. In a recent Vogue interview she told the magazine that fans can maybe expect some songs to be in Spanish. I want to hear from you guys about which of these English Spanish cross overs is your favorite. Sound off in the comment section below and don’t forget to subscribe. Thanks for watching Clevver News, I’m your host Drew Dorsey and I’ll see you next time.

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