MIAMI (EFE).- Maluma yesterday launched “Sobrio,” a new musical prologue in which he recommends not mixing alcohol and heartbreak, as it can be fatal.
“It’s a story that many people will recognize. I’m sure,” Maluma said in statements to the press, when he performed “Sobrio,” Colombia’s first song since January 2021, when he performed his experimental project “7 Days”. In Jamaica” launched.
“The song also sends the message that you don’t have to drink it so much to avoid water,” said the 27-year-old artist, who, paradoxically, has been the image of many brands of alcoholic beverages.
Maluma explained that “Sobrio” is part of his process of looking for complete productions that were not “more than the same”.
Composed by Maluma, Edgar Barrera, Keaton (Kevin Mauricio Cruz), Robaldo (Alejandro Robaldo), Fili Andrés Lima and Lenin Yorni Palacios, the artist follows the path the artist took with his recent hit “Hawaii”.
rhythm and more rhythm
In this new song, “Dembo”, the rhythm of reggaeton pushes the song into a danceable pop, with a strong melodic component and lyrics closer to the orchestrated ballads that dominated Latin music for decades.
The issue was with a video recorded in Los Angeles that depicts a Maluma making a fool of himself in a nightclub in which his heart’s master, Israeli model Eden Fines, with his new partner, Scott Disick. Appears, who is known to be the father of Kourtney Kardashian’s children.
As part of a promotional campaign for “Sobrio”, Maluma and Disick have been exchanging hate messages on social media for two weeks, reflecting their opposing roles in the music video, although it was all a marketing tactic.
The production also featured American artists Sveti and Quincy and Australian model Shanina Shaik, which makes it clear that with “Sobrio” Maluma has set its sights on lovers of multicultural sounds.
In addition to the song’s launch, the artist is preparing for an ambitious tour that will begin in September and is “looking forward” to the May 2022 premiere of his film “Marry Me” starring Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson.
Maluma and model Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend, staged an awkward fight on Twitter, where they exchanged some strong messages, but it was part of Colombia’s strategy to draw attention to the new topic.