There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
[Image via Instagram.]
On Wednesday, the Colombian musician and the soulful singer joined forces outside Eloy Immigration Detention Center in Arizona, where they performed to draw attention to the immigration issue in the U.S.
The two artists put on a moving rendition of Bob Marley's Redemption Song to a small crowd of people protesting "crimmigration."
However, they were NOT allowed to sing inside for the detained immigrants. Instead, they set up shop on top of a flatbed truck across the street, in the hopes that the incarcerated people could hear.
Unfortunately, organizers learned that they weren't allowed out of their cells for the performance.
But the two singers were able to meet some of the detainees and get a glimpse of the conditions inside the facility. Juanes was upset by what he witnessed, saying in Spanish:
If you ever thought to yourself, "Why doesn't Juanes make an EDM song that we can all jump around to at a festival?" Well, those prayers have been answered!
During the Sunset Music Festival last weekend in Tampa, the singer took the stage with French DJ Cédric Gervais for the first performance of their new hit Este Amor.
Luckily, even if you weren't there, Juanes shared the video of the show on his Facebook so you can dance along too!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
P.S. There's some fiery action… LITERALLY!
Juanes continued to show that he's intent on taking over television with yet another performance of his song Juntos on Thursday night's Victoria's Secret Swim 2015 special on CBS.
Juanes performed in front of a few of VS's most famous models, including Jasmine Tookes, Martha Hunt, and Jac Jagaciak!
But this isn't the only exposure the 42-year-old is getting. His song is also attached to Disney's McFarland USA, so he's pretty much everywhere right now!
Ch-ch-check out Juanes' second performance on primetime in less than two weeks (above)!!!
Don't you just love him?!
The mega-popular singer performed his song Juntos (Together) from the movie McFarland, USA, which is out in theaters right now.
And if you're thinking, "I'm not going to watch this because I don't speak Spanish," there's good news! The chorus is in English, and the message is just plain great!
Plus you should expand your horizons anyway…
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!