Puerto Rican darlings Pedro Capó and Farruko come from two different ends of the island’s pop spectrum: on one end is Capó, a tender guitar balladeer and on the other Farruko, an urbano player par excellence.But the two boricuas struck gold in 2018 with their remix of Capó’s “Calma” – a balmy lovers rock masterpiece gone reggaeton, the song peaked at #85 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Latin Pop Songs chart.This week “Calma (Remix)” got its second remix treatment – this time from none other than the high priestess of R&B, Alicia Keys. Recorded in both English and seemingly effortless Spanish, the “Alicia Remix” of “Calma” is the singer-songwriter’s first release since “Us,” her 2018 collaboration with James Bay. “Lento y contento, cara al viento/Pa’ sentir la arena en los pies,” sings Keys serenely alongside Capó and Farruko: “Slow and happy, face to the wind/To feel the sand on our feet.”Recorded in both English and seemingly effortless Spanish, the ‘Alicia Remix’ of ‘Calma’ is the singer-songwriter’s first release since ‘Us’, her 2018 collaboration with James BayDirected by Edgar Esteves, the new video sees the three stars kicking it together on the beaches of Puerto Rico, before they meander into San Juan’s chillest house party. “There’s nothing we need if we are dancing,” adds Keys.“Hearing that Alicia Keys liked the song and wanted to join us on ‘Calma’ is an honour and blessing that really transcends what I can put into words,” Capó told Billboard on Friday. “When we initially wrote the song, I wanted to capture and share what makes Puerto Rico so special to me, and so many of us on the island.”Farruko is reportedly plotting the release of his upcoming album ‘Gangalee’, which is rumoured to drop spring 2019. Meanwhile Capó is currently on his “Calma” world tour, which extends across the United States, South America and Europe.