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J Balvin and Nicky Jam Get Down With Jimmy Fallon on 'The Tonight Show'

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    J Balvin and Nicky Jam with Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show."

    Top Reggaeton artists, J Balvin and Nicky Jam brought their Latin flavor to the "Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon" where the show's host got down with the two artists onstage for a special dance performance of their most recent collaboration titled "X."


    "Yet another dream come true," wrote J Balvin on his Instagram account after he and his long-time pal Nicky Jam shared the Tonight show stage for the very first time since their careers began.

    Before bringing out Jam on stage, Balvin got a chance to treat the audience to a solo medley performance of his mega-hit "Mi Gente" which he collaborated with French DJ Willy William and the Queen Bee herself, Beyoncé.

    During their appearance on the Tonight Show, the two singers also participated in a game of "Truth or Challenge" where Nicky Jam sang like SpongeBob SquarePants and made animal sounds.

    Both Nicky Jam and J Balvin currently sit front and center in their musical genre cranking out hit after hit and breaking streaming records with their music.

    J Balvin who is featured in a YouTube "Artist Spotlight Story" is gearing up for his 27-date "Vibras" tour which will take him all over the United States this Fall.

    He most recently performed at Coachella with Beyoncé and Ultra Miami with DJ Snake. His rendition of "Positivo" was played all over the air on Telemundo this summer as the official song for the Network's World Cup coverage.

    Nicky Jam, on the other hand, made global news a few weeks ago, after his hit performance at the World Cup closing ceremony in Russia with none other than Will Smith.

    He continues performing all over Latin America and collaborating with Telemundo on the release of his upcoming bio-series titled "El Ganador" ("The Winner") where Jam will have a chance to tell the story of his early troubles before becoming one of the leading figures in the current Reggaeton movement.

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