Listen: Prince Royce & Nicky Jam hop on 'Sunflower' remix with Post Malone & Swae Lee
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Latin pop star Prince Royce and Puerto Rican superstar Nicky Jam released a new remix of "Sunflower" on Feb. 26. They join hip-hop singer Post Malone and rapper Swae Lee from the original version.

A deluxe edition of the "Spider Man: Into the Spider-verse" soundtrack was released this month with two new songs: A remix of the hit "Sunflower" with Royce and Jam in the mix and a new version of "Scared of the Dark" with Ty Dolla $ign and Ozuna.  

Royce and Jam co-wrote the new remix of "Sunflower" with Malone and Lee. With the addition of the two Latin artists, the song takes on a tropical twist. Lee and Malone still provide that sunny chorus. Jam opens the new version with a verse in Spanish about longing for a lady that deserves better. Royce follows him up with his verse that's filled with beautifully romantic imagery in Spanglish. "Es que tu amor es just too much," he sings, which translates to the same lyric as on the original. The Latin remix of "Sunflower" beams brighter en español.

The "Sunflower" remix is now available on iTunes and Apple Music alongside the deluxe edition of the "Spider Man: Into the Spider-verse" soundtrack. Jam is embarking on his Intimo (Intimate) Tour in the U.S. this spring.

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