Demi Lovato And Luis Fonsi Drop Spanish Duet ‘Échame La Culpa (Blame Me)’

After giving us the song of the summer with “Despacito”, Luis Fonsi is back with yet another Puerto Rican banger — and he’s invited Demi Lovato along for the ride!

The pair dropped the video for “Échame La Culpa (Blame Me)” on Friday, which features Lovato singing in both English and Spanish as she dons three different lingerie-inspired looks, including a PVC corset, lavender lace bra, and an eye-catching blue floral teddy.

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“I don’t really, really want to fight anymore / I don’t really really want to fake it no more / Play me like The Beatles, baby, just let it be / So come and put the blame on me,” she sings.

The video premiered minutes after Fonsi took home four Latin GRAMMY Awards for his smash hit “Despacito” in Las Vegas. The 39-year-old won all four awards he was nominated for, including Song of the Year and Record of the Year. “The Latin GRAMMYs, to me, are the most important music award for Latin music and to have four nominations is certainly an honour,” Fonsi told Entertainment Tonight. ”To have Record of the Year and Song of the Year nominations are two huge categories, those two have a lot of weight,” he added. “But, you can’t control whether you win or lose and all the artists that are nominated are amazing, so I’m really just truly blessed to be among a great group of artists that I admire.”

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Since going live at midnight on Friday, the video has already amassed a total of over 1.5 million views.

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