K-Pop Group Monsta X Release New Song 'Magnetic' and Music Video With Grammy-Nominated Sebastián Yatra

K-pop group Monsta X have released a new song with Colombian singer Sebastián Yatra, a five-time Latin Grammy-nominated artist.

Pop music meets reggaeton in the new bilingual track titled "Magnetic," which is Yatra's first collaboration with a K-pop artist and Monsta X's 6th English language song release, according to Billboard magazine.

The new track, which features Monsta X singing in English, while Yatra sings in both Spanish and English, is themed around the laws of attraction, with a chorus that sings: "Your touch is magnetic/Cuz I can't forget it/There's a power pulling me back to you/And baby I'll let it."

The song was released with a new stop motion animated music video that follows a boy and a girl who are "magnetically attracted" to each other even though they travel to separate parts of the world, Remezcla reports.

The video also features Monsta X and Yatra in animated "origami form" singing in their home countries.

"Magnetic" is the latest in a series of collaborations Monsta X have done previously with other big-name artists including will.i.am and French Montana.

"We love the music that comes from Colombia and the Latin world in general. This is natural for us, and we always like to explore new things with our music," Monsta X told Remezcla.

"I'm passionate about global cultures and specifically love the aesthetics of K-pop, and Monsta X is one of the greatest in the genre," Yatra said on what inspired the collaboration, Remezcla reports.

Earlier this month, Monsta X released a new single, "Middle of the Night," from the group's upcoming new album All About Luv, which will be unveiled on Valentine's Day (February 14) 2020.

Monsta X fans have been causing a storm on social media in recent months following the controversial exit of former Monsta X member Wonho, who announced his exit in October. His departure was preceded by several allegations about his past before joining the band, including recreational drug use, which is illegal in South Korea.

Devastated and outraged fans have continued to make a bid for his return to the band, with many blaming cyberbullying culture and false rumors for his sudden leave, claiming he was unfairly dismissed based on "rumors without evidence."

The music video of the latest song, "Magnetic," features Wonho and the new song is said to have been developed before his exit from the band.

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Monsta X performs onstage during 101.3 KDWB's Jingle Ball 2019. Getty Images
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