Softly detailing a moving yet uplifting memory of her late father, this was at her most soul-bearing: beautifully singing in Spanish on record for the first time over glistening synths, a choir of voices and percussive instrumentation, everything builds up to create a heartfelt house triumph.
A feel-good summer smash, the award-winning track put its focus on fun, cramming in pop culture references and a squelching bassline it was impossible not to strut to.
It perfectly describes what you need to do after a breakup, and reminds you that tequila can cure problems of the heart.
The beat, co-produced by BabyWave, Outtatown and Wheezy, glides majestically with its ticking trap drums and staccato strings, giving its co-leads the perfect course for their freestyle routines.
The lyrics talk about a relationship that is over and a reminder that life goes on, and Sech proposes: be happy and dance reggaetón.
Don't be surprised if this is the next K-Pop, reggaeton, pr Latin trap phenomenon.