Maluma Breaks Down in Tears After Hearing His New Song 'Medellín' With Madonna on the Radio

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Maluma is living out his dreams!

The Colombian crooner was overcome with emotion after hearing his and Madonna's new collaboration, "Medellín," premiere on Zane Lowe's Apple Music's Beats 1 on Wednesday. Taking to Instagram, Maluma shared a video of himself sitting in a car and breaking down in tears while listening to the new single.

"It's impossible to hold back the tears and emotion after listening to this," the 25-year-old singer wrote in Spanish. "You don't know how happy this makes me and what this means in my life…It's worth it to dream. I told you!"

Madonna, who also announced her new album earlier this week, took a moment and wrote, " Thank you ♥️?? Madame ❌," on his post.

The duo first teased their collaboration in February when they shared photos and videos of themselves in the studio.

"Ms. Crazy & Mr. Safe ?," Maluma wrote alongside his photo. Madonna also left a comment, writing, "Me Gusta," which translates to "I like it."

Madonna also shared two photos of her and Maluma in the studio, writing, "Cooking up some Fuego over here!...............???! @maluma."

Maluma told ET back at the MTV Video Music Awards in August that he was "super grateful" for getting a chance to share his music with the world.

"I feel that this is a huge opportunity for me, for the Latin culture, actually. I feel like I’m representing my whole culture here because this is the first time that a Latin song does a complete set. I’m feeling super, super grateful," he expressed.

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