Enrique Iglesias did it again! Following the huge success of "Bailando" featuring Gente de Zona and shot in Cuba, the Latin Superstar has selected Havana to film his latest music video for new single "Súbeme la Radio."

Last week, Enrique shared the news through an Instagram video while traveling to the Caribbean Island on his private jet. He also announced Zion y Lenox and Descemer Bueno will also collaborate on the song.

Once he arrived, the pop singer caused a lot of commotion among Cubans, and the next day he started working right away throughout Havana's streets, moving hundreds of people including kids, adults and dancers altogether dancing to this new song.

"I have a lot of Cuban friends and to do something there was pending. Following all the videos I have shot with director Alejandro Pérez, and all the collaborations with Descemer Bueno after the major hit 'Bailando' with my friends from Gente de Zona, it was just the perfect moment to do this," Iglesias commented.

Enrique’s new single is set to be released on February 24 simultaneously with the music video, which is expected to surpass the 2.5 Billion views reached by "Bailando" on YouTube. The first live performance for the song will probably be at the upcoming Premio Lo Nuestro Award ceremony, where the artist has five nominations including "Best Male Artist Of The Year."