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Drake sings in Spanish on Romeo Santos' new single 'Odio' off upcoming 'Formula, Vol. 2' [LISTEN]

by Caitlin Carter   Jan 27, 2014 14:30 PM EST

After not winning a Grammy last night, Drake might have his eye on a Latin Grammy instead. The Toronto rapper teamed up with bachata star and former Aventura frontman Romeo Santos for his Spanish-language single “Odio" (via Vibe).

Not only does Drizzy lay down a verse in English, but he also sings along with Santos in Spanish. He raps about losing his Latina lover to another man saying, “Look don’t worry about it / Keep speaking Spanish / I’ll get it translated / You know you my baby / Anything for you / Anything baby/ I don’t wanna be enemies baby / Would just much rather give you a baby / And buy you a house so I live you baby / Don’t stay with this new guy / I really go crazy / I really go crazy.”

“Odio” comes off Santos upcoming album Formula, Vol. 2, due out February 25. The album also features guest appearances from Nicki Minaj, Marc Anthony, Carlos Santana, Tego Calderón and comedian Kevin Hart (because why not, right?).

Check out the track for yourself here, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!

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