J Balvin is taking us back to the "Making of the Video" MTV days.

The Colombian singer's music video for "Ginza" broke records as the most-watched Spanish-language music video debut ever. As of today, it has over 433 million views on Vevo. The song itself is just as successful—it's the longest-leading No.1 by a single act unaccompanied by another on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart.

Now, Balvin is sharing a look as to how the video was made, especially those scenes with tons of special effects. The singer worked with a green screen to achieve the futuristic feel of the music video.

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Currently, J is working with Pharrell Williams for his upcoming album.

While the full details of their collaboration are still under wraps, we do know that the award-winning producer will be featured on the singer's new album.

Balvin was also featured on Justin Bieber's "Sorry" (Latino Remix). Fans lost it when the 30-year-old singer brought out the Biebs to perform the hit track on stage at Cali Bash 2016.

On Jan. 25, the singer tweeted out that he was in the studio with Bieber, Kanye WestBig Seanand Chance The Rapper

Speaking of Justin...see how Biebs celebrated his 22nd birthday in the clip below!

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