Manuel Medrano re-releases reggae song with Rawayana
The Colombian singer teamed up with the Venezuelan group to release a new version of "No sé si salga el sol."
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Manuel Medrano, a singer born in Cartagena, has taken his career slowly. Six years have passed between his first album and his most recent. However, in that time, there were collaborations with Spain's Vanesa Martin and a contribution, "Costumbres," to the tribute album A Juan Gabriel, Amor Eterno, released after the death of the Divo de Juarez.
Eterno was his 2021 release, which includes the single "No sé si salga el sol," which just got a new version alongside Rawayana to reinforce the reggae side of the song.
The song was produced by Juan Pablo Vega and written by Medran. The remix was commissioned by Manu Lara and produced by Fofo Story.
Medrano, in conversation with the newspaper El Espectador, said he is focused on the promotion of his latest album on the Eterno Tour, which "has brought him very nice things in the course of the year." He has also had time in the studio to record his next album.
"A little bit of the purpose of every musical project I do, is to show people the music I like. In my first album there is country music, reggae, pop, boleros, ballads, rock, swing, a bit of jazz," said the artist, emphasizing how his musical style will continue to be a fusion.
The Colombian artist will end the year with shows in Colombia and Costa Rica.