Maluma celebrates 'Corazón' music video crossing 200 million views on YouTube
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Colombian superstar Maluma celebrated his latest music video "Corazón" crossing 200 million views on YouTube on Jan. 2. He hits up Brazil with local act Nego de Borel in the new clip.

"Corazón" (English: "Heart") is the second single from Maluma's upcoming album, F.A.M.E. It follows lead single "Felices Los 4" and promotional releases "23," "Vitamina" and "GPS." Maluma remixed Nego de Borel's "Você Partiu Meu Coração" for "Corazón," keeping the Brazilian singer on the track. The resulting collaboration is an irresistible blend of reggaeton music and Brazilian funk with Maluma and Nego coming through like Latin heartbreakers.

In the music video for "Corazón," Maluma parties in the streets of Brazil with Nego de Borel and soccer star Ronaldinho. As the guys are having a blast, a story unfolds of a young boy giving out heart-shaped necklaces to girls that he likes and eventually his two-timing ways catch up with him. Since celebrating the clip crossing over 200 million views on YouTube, as of press time, it is now nearing 300 million, sitting at 270 million views. Maluma's got all eyes on him.

"Corazón" featuring Nego De Borel is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Maluma's F.A.M.E. album is due out later this year. He will tour the U.S. starting in March in support of the record.