|New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Jimmy Fallon visited the recovering island of Puerto Rico and documented his experience on Tuesday's episode of The Tonight Show. The impetus of the weekend trip was to raise relief money for artists affected by the hurricane in 2017.
While out in the streets of old San Juan, Jimmy Fallon, Questlove and Black
Thought linked up with Bad Bunny
for a rousing street parade rendition of "MIA," accompanied by a tremendous crowd.
Elsewhere in the episode, Fallon interviewed Lin-Manuel Miranda
from the set of Hamilton regarding hurricane relief efforts, and Ozuna
performed "En Mi Viejo San Juan" with Jose Feliciano. While that performance isn't yet online, watch the "MIA" performance on Top40-Charts.com!
The clip teases a bombastic San Juan street party led by hometown hero and previous Tonight Show guest Bad Bunny, who will perform his 2018 Drake
collab "Mia" with a brass band. (Spoiler alert: There will be funky glasses.) Reggaeton heartthrob and hitmaker Ozuna
will perform an acoustic version of "En Mi Viejo San Juan" with José Feliciano, whose Caribbean rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" made the Billboard Hot 100 in 1968.
Fallon will also sample local cuisine alongside award-winning chef and humanitarian José Andrés, whose work with the World Central Kitchen in Puerto Rico has kicked off a renaissance of sorts for the island's food economy, by supplementing grants and training for local farmers. "Puerto Rico is thriving," stresses Fallon in the trailer. "And it's open for business!"