Bad Bunny and Diplo have released the music video for their collaboration "200 MPH."
Released late last year on the Puerto Rican superstar's X 100PRE album, the track sees Bad Bunny (real name Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio) lay down trap vocals over a Latin-inspired Diplo (real name Thomas Wesley Pentz Jr.) beat. In typical Diplo fashion, the music video is a wild pastel-filled romp through a world of colorful islands, water, and skyscraper-sized asses on top of which the duo dance. It is truly something you must see to believe.
Diplo has stayed extremely busy as of late with a string of exciting news coming from the iconic producer's camp. A couple of days ago, he premiered his new collaboration with Tove Lo on Sirius XM. Just a day before the release of that collaboration, he released his first country song as Thomas Wesley, featuring Cam.
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In case that wasn't enough Diplo news for fans to digest, between the other two stories, Lil Yachty revealed that Diplo has records of himself rapping and the former states that it's "actually not bad surprisingly."