Luis Fonsi just dropped a major bomb! The Puerto Rican pop star launched his brand new single "Despacito," featuring reggaeton superstar Daddy Yankee. To make things even better, the Boricuas also released the music video for the track that’s starting to earn viewers really quick on YouTube.

The song, written by Fonsi and Erika Ender, and produced by Andrés Torres and Mauricio Rengifo

has premiered in all digital platforms worldwide and is described by the Puerto Rican pop star as "A very sexy and intriguing song perfect for dancing."

The video director was Carlos Perez, who has been the creative director for Elastic People. The music video was shot this past December in Puerto Rico in locations like La Perla and the popular club La Factoria, located in the Viejo San Juan.

In this almost five minutes long piece, you can see Fonsi looking better than ever and enjoying the song while he poses on top of the rocks with the beautiful sea behind from the picturesque Malecon. "Really slow, I want to breathe your body slowly, let me tell you things straight to your ears for you to remember later in case you’re not with me," Fonsi sings.

The Daddy Yankee- Luis Fonsi duo teams up with great dancers and colorful wardrobe, playing with the music while dancing the sexy track. The video also features Miss Universe 2006 Zuleyka Rivera, wearing very provocative clothes and dancing to the rhythm of this catchy song that is sure to be a hit.

Check out the video below!