The Despacito fever seems to be calming down and that's fine because now let's make way for Mi Gente.
The song, which dropped June 30, is a captivating party-starting jam by Colombian urban artist J Balvin featuring French singer Willy William.
Because it's 2017 and collaborating is such a music trend, Balvin recently dropped the Mi Gente remix featuring Beyoncé—FREAKING BEYONCÉ!
In the Afro-Caribbean-inspired track, Queen Bey sings in both Spanish and English, giving Justin Bieber in Despacito a run for his money.
The remix was released for the good cause of helping victims in Puerto Rico and Mexico following the back-to-back natural disasters in each country.
"I am donating my proceeds from this song to hurricane relief charities for Puerto Rico, Mexic, and the other affected Caribbean islands," she wrote on Instagram.
I am donating my proceeds from this song to hurricane relief charities for Puerto Rico, Mexico and the other affected Caribbean islands. To help go to Beyonce.com/reliefefforts.
For the record: This is not the first time she sings in Spanish. Y'all remember Irreplaceable's Spanish version, Irremplazable?
Meanwhile, people are freaking out because clearly, Bey just broke the internet:
me when beyoncé said "i've been giving birth on these haters cause i'm fertile" pic.twitter.com/FiZk95ulC9— assata shakoochie (@sailorfemme) September 29, 2017
*Listens to Beyonce’ on the Mi Gente’ remix once* pic.twitter.com/834VRWCbnk— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) September 29, 2017
keep streaming Mi Gente on all platforms. Beyoncé WILL go #1 whether she likes it or not pic.twitter.com/vQjKkIv0hR— Richey (@richeymusic) September 29, 2017
Mi Gente ft Beyoncé is now #1 on US iTunes pic.twitter.com/Dudi1zyEcA— EVERYTHING IS LOVE OUT NOW (@beyceipts) September 29, 2017
When it comes to Beyoncé I press "buy song" before I even listen. pic.twitter.com/MaImRRJmGM— CED_LUVS_BEY (@CED_LUVS_BEY) September 29, 2017
Me listening to Beyoncé sing in Spanish on “Mi Gente” pic.twitter.com/H8MNW7ZODa— LoveYourself (@ScottieBeam) September 29, 2017
"Bacon egg y queso por favor" - me ordering breakfast after listening to the Beyoncé remix of mi gente once— Desus Nice (@desusnice) September 29, 2017
Beyoncé: "Azul, are you with me?"— Check 4 a neck (@Beyoncemyroc) September 29, 2017
Beyoncé is really coming to snatch her 10th #1 in a year she didn’t release an album with a spanish song, what a time to be alive pic.twitter.com/r8abm2IyrN— EVERYTHING IS LOVE OUT NOW (@beyceipts) September 29, 2017
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