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If you can’t get enough of Kali Uchis’ “Telepatía,” you’re not alone.

The Colombian-American singer’s dreamy-pop track, which currently sits at No. 39 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and No. 2 on the Hot Latin Songs chart, is making waves thanks in large part to the song taking off as a common video soundtrack on TikTok, a virality that quickly spread to other streaming services.

Artists such as Sabrina Carpenter, who covered the song on TikTok, and Bad Bunny, who tweeted out a verse of the song, have been hypnotized by the relatable lyrics about loving someone from afar. 

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Given the song’s popularity, a remix doesn’t seem too far-fetched. We’ve compiled a list of artists who would make sense for a collaboration. The names we came up with include some of Uchis’ previous collaborators, new artists who are also making waves, and fellow hitmakers such as Olivia Rodrigo and The Weeknd.

Below, vote for the artist you’d like to see featured on a “Telepatía” remix.

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