Daddy Yankee made history Wednesday night.
The reggaeton star appeared on the “The Late Late Show,” performing “Con Calma,” as James Corden’s first Spanish language artist.
It’s a quirky performance on a flashing, lit up stage: Videos play behind the superstar, with sunglasses dripping red. Then digital images flash until DY collaborator Smoke shows up on screen
The Puerto Rican singer, 42, had interesting backup - dancers wearing emojis of his face.
“Con calma, yo quiero ver como ella lo menea. Mueve ese poom-poom, girl. Es un asesina, cuando baila quiere que to’ el mundo la vea I like your poom-poom, girl.”
Translation: “Calmly, I want to see her shake it. Move that poom-poom, girl. She is a murderer, when she dances she wants the world to see her. I like your poom-poom, girl.”
“Con Calma” is killing it: The track is the most streamed and most watched video on the Internet right now.