This is the first single from Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin and Yandel's album, La Evolución. The album is an expanded version of their seventh set, La Revolución.
The song features American hip-hop & R&B singer-songwriter T-Pain. Wisin told MTV News: "It's a very different song, and once again, we're breaking down the language barrier. His verses are in English, and we sing in Spanish, repping for all the Latinos. And [T-Pain is] repping the American market." T-Pain added smiling: "I don't think I could've rapped in Spanish anyway. I'm just doing the hook. You know, classic T-Pain: I make great hooks. They wanted to do something with me, and I wanted to do something with them. And I think it worked out great."
The song's video also features T-Pain, along with actors Wilmer Valderamma and Amaury Nolasco. It tells the story of a love triangle that ends in tragedy and includes a grim funeral scene that was shot at a cemetery on the outskirts of L.A. T-Pain told MTV News: "My role in the video, I'm just supporting them with their friend being dead and whatnot. That's why we're in the cemetery. It's not really spooking me out. I actually own a hearse. I just don't like walking on people's graves. It's hard not to, they're so close together. It's crazy."