Nicky Jam
Nicky Jam performs at Mega Mezcla 2016 at Prudential Center on April 22, 2016 in Newark, New Jersey. Mike Coppola/Getty Images

After teasing fans with an upcoming single in celebration of his 10 million followers on Instagram, Nicky Jam has officially dropped his latest record, "With You Tonight." The romantic reggaeton tune is the English-language version of Jam's hit "Hasta El Amanecer." The original Spanish version had been No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Latin Song chart for seven consecutive weeks, according to Billboard.

The track, which launched April 21st, includes a lyric video that has already garnered over 600,000 views since its release date. "Girl, you know that I'll do anything to know a little more than just your name," sings the Boston-born Puerto Rican artist in his fresh single.

In addition to the release of "With You Tonight," Nicky announced the second leg of his "The Fenix Tour" in the U.S., which kicked off in March with guest stars such as Gente De Zona, Piso 21, Zion & Lennox, Ken-Y, Silvestre Dangond and more artists in the music biz. With another set of 12 shows confirmed, Jam will continue making the rounds in the U.S. in cities such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and San Antonio. The second half of "The Fenix Tour" kicks off in July.

Prior to his tour, Jam will be part of the 2016 Billboard Latin Music Conferences and Awards, where he nabs 11 nominations, including Artist of the Year and Hot Latin Song of the Year. The awards show air April 28 on Telemundo.

July 1 - Amalie Arena, Tampa, FL
July 2 - Philips Arena - Atlanta, GA
July 7 - El Paso Coliseum, El Paso, TX
July 8 - Freeman Coliseum - San Antonio, TX
July 10 - Pepsi Center - Denver, CO
July 15 - Axis Theater - Las Vegas, NV
July 17 - The Mann - Philadelphia, PA
July 22 - State Farm Arena - McAllen, TX
July 24 - SAP Center - San Jose, CA
July 28 - Microsoft Theater - Los Angeles, CA
July 30 - Commercial - Phoenix, AZ
July 31 - Viejas Arena - San Diego, CA

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