Hurricane Maria destroys San Juan neighborhood made famous by 'Despacito'

"My god, my island is under water," the song's creator, Luis Fonsi, wrote.

The clip opens on the beaches of La Perla, then pans out to show the multi-colored buildings, graffiti, and culture that the Puerto Rican neighborhood is known for.

But Hurricane Maria ravaged La Perla much like it did the rest of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean earlier this week. In fact, Puerto Rico's office of emergency management confirmed to ABC News that 100 percent of the island lost power in the hurricane, which was a Category 4 storm with winds of 155 miles per hour when it made landfall Wednesday morning.

"The information we have received is not encouraging. It's a system that has destroyed everything it has had in its path," Abner Gómez, director of Puerto Rico's emergency management agency, said during a press conference.

Photos show the devastation from Maria in La Perla and beyond; roofs were torn off buildings and walls caved in. Uprooted trees landed on top of some homes.

"My god, my island is under water. Puerto Rico, we are with you. I'll see you soon,” he wrote in Spanish.

This came in addition to a post he shared with the hashtag "Pray for Puerto Rico."

Fonsi's "Despacito" co-star, Daddy Yankee, is also doing his part to help people affected by Maria, even using one of his concerts to collect supplies for those in need.

Others stars with ties to the island have spoken out about the destruction, sharing thoughts of hope and doing what they can to help rebuild.

"Donate whatever you can. Just one dollar would make a difference," he added.