Watch Latinx singers Isabela Merced and Danna Paola in their video for ‘Don’t Go’

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Over a beat that sounds a lot like Cardi B’s, ‘I Like It’, with Bad Bunny and J Balvin, multihyphenate Isabela Merced and Mexican actress, singer and model Danna Paola trade vocals for ‘Don’t Go’. Always wanting to find a way to merge the old with the new, Merced wrote the song to reflect a relationship with uncertainty. Pairing up with frequent songwriters Andrés Torres and Mauricio Rengifo (‘Despacito’), the artists drive the lyrics home with conviction and female magic. Watch the video below.

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