Ciao, papi.

If you don’t love Madonna and Maluma’s new song “Medellín,” then you have have bad taste. You’re also in luck, because the iconic duo have created a second song. It’s titled “Soltera” (“Single” in English) and lands on Maluma’s new album, 11:11, out now.

The Colombian zaddy purrs over a Latin-tinged beat and trades verses with Madonna, who boasts a gloriously playful tone throughout the tune. It’s quite entertaining to listen to Madonna flex her versatility.

“Don’t you try to rescue me
I’m who I will always be
And I’d rather be alone
Than pretend to make a perfect home
I told you not to waste your time
I’m not a girl you’ll drink like wine
If you press close, then I’ll retreat
I will not grovel at your feet, so

There’s also Indian-style production and background vocal that splices through music’s newest dream team.

11:11 also features collaborations with Ricky Martin, Ozuna, Nicky Jam, Zion & Lennox, Calla’, Sech, Ty Dolla $ign, Chencho and Fraina. Though he promised he’s working on an English-language album, it appears 11:11 is entirely in Spanish (minus Madonna’s parts, of course).

Check it out below.

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