Colombian superstar Maluma brought his F.A.M.E. Tour to The Forum in L.A. on April 8 along with plenty of special guests. In particular, Latin pop star Prince Royce appeared and the two premiered a new remix of "El Clavo" live.
Maluma brought down the sold-out house with his hits like "Felices Los 4," "Sin Contrato" and "El Perdedor." For some of his big collaborations, L.A. was the opportunity for him to bring out special guests. Ricky Martin appeared to sing "Vente Pa'Ca" with Maluma and Sin Bandera singer Noel Schajris later popped out as the two did a duet of the band's "Kilómetros" and Maluma's "Vuelo Hacia El Olvido."
The most surprising appearance of the night was Prince Royce. Last month, the heartthrobs broke the Internet when they were spotted shirtless on a Miami beach together. It turns out they were up to more than fun and games during that trip, having also recorded a remix of Royce's new single "El Clavo." At The Forum, Maluma brought him out and they bounced around singing the saucy track. Maluma's guest verse included a diss to the Latin Grammy Awards, where he went home empty-handed last year after receiving seven nominations. He put the industry award in close proximity to where the sun doesn't shine. Two of Latin music's hottest stars on one stage burned it up last night.
Following the "El Clavo" remix, Prince Royce also joined Maluma for a rousing performance of Carlos Vives and Shakira's "La Bicicleta." According to Royce, the new version of "El Clavo" is "coming soon." Maluma is continuing to travel the U.S. on his F.A.M.E. Tour.