Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias are set to release their new song "Move to Miami" soon. The duo has teased their new track on social media.

On Tuesday, April 24, the American rapper uploaded a video of his collaboration with Iglesias on his Instagram account. In his caption, the 37-year-old singer also urged their fans to leak the artwork for "Move to Miami." Other details about the collaboration are still being kept under wraps.

As of late, it is still unclear whether "Move to Miami" will be featured on Pitbull's upcoming album. His last album, Climate Change, was released last year.

The songs featured in Climate Change are "We Are Strong" (feat. Kiesza), "Bad Man" (feat. Robin Thicke, Travis Barker, Joe Perry), "Greenlight" (feat. Flo Rida and LunchMoney Lewis), "Messin' Around," "Better on Me," "Sexy Body," "Freedom," "Options," "Educate Ya," "Only Ones to Know," "Dedicated," and "Can't Have."

Pitbull, Enrique Iglesias Collaboration

Meanwhile, "Move to Miami" is not Pitbull and Iglesias' first collaboration. The duo has teamed up for a slew of songs since 2010. They started with "I Like It" followed by "Come n Go" a year later.

In 2012, the two singers worked together on "Tchu Tchu Tcha," "Dance Again," and "I Like - The Remix."

In 2014, they collaborated on "Let Me Be Your Lover" and "I'm A Freak." Most recently, they performed "Messin' Around."

Miami Rapper Makes History

Three years ago, Pitbull opened up about his career and said that 2015 was all about making history. Every year, the singer comes up with a doable New Year's resolution.

"Yeah, I put out a goal every year: '09 was freedom, '10 was invasion, '11 build empire, '12 build wealth, '13 put the puzzle together, '14 buckle up, and '15 is make history," said Pitbull.

In the same interview, Pitbull opened up about his song "Timber," and he reacted to how fans initially misheard it as Tinder, the dating app. He said that he does not think he will ever write a song about a dating app because he is an old-school type of guy.

"I don't believe in meeting people over the Internet like that - I like to meet people in person. And I think right now the public is getting allergic to social media. It's just too much," said Pitbull.

He said that he has not also taken a selfie using a mobile device, but he has done a similar thing with the use of a Kodak camera years ago.