Since February, we’ve known that J Balvin and Pharrell Williams were plotting something big. This weekend, we finally got a sneak peek at their upcoming collaboration – a music video for a new song titled “Safari,” shot in Los Angeles. Balvin gave his fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the set on Snapchat, and while the storyline of the video isn’t 100 percent clear, one thing’s for sure: there are shots of Pharrell singing along to a real live reggaeton song. By the looks of it, Bia, a Boricua rapper signed to Pharrell’s I am OTHER label, also makes an appearance in the video. Here’s hoping this video isn’t as big of a snoozefest as “Bobo.”
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