Every performance has provided a learning experience, and as we go, we keep fine-tuning the shows. If we decide to do a tour, we rehearse until we perfect. One thing that I do prior to every show is that we huddle the band and pray. We thank more than we ask.
I obviously work really hard. But I also have the capacity to dream really big and have the discipline to materialize those dreams.
Mexico is a Latin powerhouse. And Mexicans, they're known as hard workers. Here in the U.S., not everybody wants to do those kinds of jobs. I've lived. I know what it feels like and what they go through and how families suffer.
Part of what we did is change that misconception that reggaeton is machista and misogynist. On the contrary, women are our biggest fans, and they inspire us.
As long as I keep it real, I learn something from everyone. And when you view yourself as a student and not as somebody who's bigger, there is still learning that can be done every day, and that keeps you open-minded and more ready to learn about life and love.
I'm just a regular guy trying to make my dream come true like everybody else.
Steve Aoki is somebody I really love, and he did a remix of 'Mi Gente,' too.
I love Rihanna, but I'm not gonna marry Rihanna.
The important thing is that I'm clear about the love and respect that I got for Rihanna.
I'm no savior, and I'm no Robin Hood.
I think it's important to show people, especially young people, that it's okay to have a personality. And that they can express themselves however they like.
I want to take it really far in Spanish; even non-Spanish speakers listen to my music across the world. Even though they don't know what I'm saying, they really feel it. We want to take it to another level and keep building our name. We want to take it really far just in Spanish.
'Donde Estaras,' it is like a classic reggaeton, and we just added some Southern spice to bring it to 2018. But I wanted to go back to the roots of reggaeton, that type of reggaeton that makes you just feel good. You don't know what we are saying but that OK because 'Donde Estas' is where are you at but 'Donde Estaras' is where are you going to be.
I'm so grateful to Spotify for the enormous support to the reggaeton movement.
I don't have to work with superstars - I want to work with cool artists that make super music.
I like to make super music instead of working with superstars.
Reggaeton is what opened the doors for me, and I'm always grateful for that. I'll do reggaeton for life, but I want to show that I'm an artist who can do everything.
It's all about the vibes. That's why it's called 'Vibras' in Spanish.
I have always been a big fan of watches.