J Balvin, David Guetta
J Balvin is making new music with David Guetta and here's the proof! Instagram/@JBalvin

J Balvin does not need to sing in English or drop an English-language album to make a successful crossover. In fact, he is already becoming an international household name by collaborating with some of the hottest artists in the industry. He was first introduced to the English market when he dropped the Latino Remix of Justin Bieber's "Sorry" in 2015. He then kicked off 2016 announcing a future musical project with Pharrell Williams. Now, he is teasing fans with a collaboration with David Guetta. Need we say more?

The Colombian urban artist documented his Monday activities, where he revealed that he was cooking something fresh with the French DJ. "Dreams that we keep achieving!! Thank you God. Grateful," he expressed on social media along with a photo of him and Guetta. Guetta also shared the same picture with the following caption: "Don't tell anyone @jbalvin is in the studio!" In the midst of hard work in the recording studio, Balvin taught Guetta how to speak Colombian. A snapchat video showed the renowned DJ and his best attempt at saying "Hola parceros." As the fun-filled day wrapped up, the "Ginza" singer could not help but flaunt once again his excitement. "There are no limits in this life. We're going after the impossible," he stated.

We bet this Urban EDM track will be all the rage once it begins to make the rounds. Following his studio time with Guetta, the reggaeton star posted a recent photo with Pharrell. We assume they too are working on their project.

"I met Pharrell at the 'Today' show. I played with my band and he stayed to listen to us. When I finished, he came up and said he loved what we were doing and gave me his phone number," Balvin told Billboard earlier this year. "Everything has been very organic, everyone very respectful toward our music," he stated. Balvin added that he and Pharrell will be working on several songs together. "We've done two already," he revealed.

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