Camilo announces the release of his new album
The Colombian singer announced that 'De adentro pa afuera' will be released on Sept. 6 and will be accompanied by a tour.
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The new project, De adentro pa afuera, announced by Camilo Echeverry is his third album released through Sony Music Latin/Hecho a Mano, and will include collaborations with Latin artists such as Camila Cabello, Evaluna Montaner, Grupo Firme, Myke Towers, Nicki Nicole and Spain's Alejandro Sanz.
In early August, Camilo and Grupo Firme released "Alaska," a song that talks about heartbreak to the rhythm of Mexican music, and the Colombian explored a genre he had never approached before.
The video for the song was directed by his Venezuelan wife, Evaluna Montaner.
According to the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo, "Alaska" along with other hits such as "Índigo," "Pesadilla," "Pegao," "NASA," and "Naturaleza" are some of the songs that will be part of the artist's long-awaited new album.
In a recent interview with EFE, Camilo described his new musical project as an invitation to "explore facets of the listener's sensibility and to find places that perhaps he didn't know he could reach."
"It is an album that visits all the corners of that inner diversity of who I am and the result of the valuable things that are inside me and come out to share it," he said.
The five-time Latin Grammy winner announced that for the next steps of his artistic career, he will visit several cities in the United States and also perform in his native country.