Demi Lovato and Luis Fonsi Unveil Music Video for Bilingual Track 'Echame La Culpa'


Demi Lovato and Luis Fonsi Unveil Music Video for Bilingual Track 'Echame La Culpa'


The colorful visuals sees the twosome dancing at an abandoned warehouse along with a group of dancers.
Demi Lovato and Luis Fonsi's highly-anticipated collaboration is here. After teasing about the collaboration on Instagram for days, the duo finally premiered the music video for their bilingual track "Echame La Culpa" on November 17 as promised.

The colorful clip features Luis walking down a dark alley, heading to an abandoned warehouse where he is later seen dancing with a group of male dancers. Demi, on the other hand, showcases her ability to sing in two languages.

Roaming around Victorian-themed bedroom in a frilly red coat, the songstress sings, "I don't really, really want to fight anymore/ I don't really, really want to fake it anymore/ Play me like The Beatles, baby, just let it be/ So come and put the blame on me."



The music video aside, Luis has been named the biggest winner of 2017 Latin Grammys, which was held on November 16 in Las Vegas, thanks to his hit song "Despacito". The 39-year-old singer/songwriter won four awards at the event, including Best Short Form Music Video. The director of the music video, Carlos R. Perez, came to the stage to take the award.

Perez mentioned Latino culture in his acceptance speech. "Latino culture is becoming more influential globally, and in the overall culture it's a huge accomplishment," he said. Perez then took this chance to slam president Donald Trump, whom he remarked had to be more aggressive to help the hurricane victims. "It's a serious f***ing issue," he continued. "The reaction from the U.S. government should have been more aggressive. The president is a f***ing joke."

Meanwhile, Demi is currently busy preparing for her upcoming North America tour with DJ Khaled in 2018. The tour will kick off on February 26 at Viejas Arena in San Diego and wrap up on March 31 in Tampa, Florida. Fans can purchase the tickets through Live Nation.


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