Drake, everyone’s favorite child-actor-turned-rapper, has been quietly hoarding a much-hyped collaboration with Puerto Rican trapero Bad Bunny. The news of this inevitable link-up first leaked all the way back in January, when El Conejo Malo and Drizzy were spotted kicking it in the studio, listening to an unreleased track and chopping it up. Then in May, reggaeton legend and Flow Music head honcho DJ Nelson suggested that Drake was expected to sing in Spanish on the upcoming joint track. But when Drake’s latest album Scorpion dropped in June, fans were upset that the collab was nowhere to be found.

Now it seems the song is one step closer to seeing the light of day. On Wednesday night, fans spotted Drizzy and Bad Bunny filming the music video for the collaboration on the streets of Allapattah, Miami. In a series of fuzzy photos and clips, Drake and the “Estamos Bien” singer pose together on set alongside their respective posses and video director Fernando Lugo.

A blurry video shows Bad Bunny on the set of a house party, with the previously teased song blasting in the background (the track is rumored to be titled “Eres Mía” or “Mia”). Remezcla will update this post if more information becomes available.

Check out more photos and video of the shoot below:

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