As a Canadian with white, black and Jewish roots, Drake is undoubtedly one of most culturally diverse artists out there. Now, the rapper has delved into yet another culture by teaming up with Bachata singer Romeo Santos for a duet almost entirely in Spanish!

Entitled “Odio,” (which translates to “hatred”) the bi-lingual tune is set to appear on Santos’ forthcoming record Formula Vol. 2. Drake comes in at around 1:20 with his unique voice as recognizable as ever despite the possible language barrier. Later, Drake switches back to English to spit one of his signature raps.

According to the Huffington Post, the song is about being in love with a woman who’s already in a relationship, and the envy you feel for the man who’s making her happy.

Take a listen to “Odio” and let us know what you think of Drake’s foray into Bachata music!


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