J Balvin talks about doing something historic in Medellín


J Balvin continues adding successes to his career as an artist, gradually creating a label with which he has conquered millions of people. Each of the projects, especially the musical ones that he undertakes, become a trend, giving something to talk about among his loyal followers on digital platforms.

Recently, the representative of the urban genre, who celebrated the first year of his baby’s life, expressed his interest in continuing to carry his work as a singer to the top. The paisa took advantage of an interview that he gave recently to reveal an idea that he has in mind in his hometown.

According to what was recorded in a dialogue held by the interpreter of White with the newspaper The Colombianhis new goal is to mark a milestone in the history of the country’s music industry with an idea that he has in mind. The celebrity assured that his interest went beyond his career as an artist, because he wanted to leave a mark on the memory of thousands of people.

In the conversation with the media, J Balvin mentioned that he wants to do something that none of his colleagues and friends of the urban genre have been able to do so far in Medellín. The singer He wants to be able to fill the Atanasio Girardot stadium three times in a row, which has been the stage for his previous presentations.

José Osorio, first name of the musical star, indicated that there is time for everything in life, so he has no desire to release new albums or singles. However, his attention is on this series of concerts with which he wants to make a difference.

“For new singles or albums there is no eagerness, but at any time we surprise. I want to do something historic in Medellin that makes a difference and continues to inspire the world. Let’s see if we do three ‘shows’ in a row in the stadium, it’s something we’re planning”, pointed out the paisa artist in his statements.

Similarly, the Colombian, who had an exchange of messages with Christian Nodal, wanted to talk about the evident talent that Medellín has in terms of music, since many colleagues have managed to take off strongly on these digital platforms. The singer was also emphatic in pointing out that his city has managed to become the second capital of this genre.

What is happening in Medellín seems brutal to me, we have all fought to open a door that is increasingly open to everyone, especially those who come behind pushing”, said J Balvin, adding that the most important thing is to “impose a unique sound” and take it as far as possible with the international public.

In his dialogue with El Colombiano, the interpreter of ‘I keep missing you’ also spoke about several of his colleagues in the urban genre, focusing on the recent union he made with Ryan Castro. The two Colombians joined their ideas and voices to make ‘Nivel de perreo’ a reality.

The world star was clear in mentioning that this song arose in a natural way, enjoying meeting both in Medellín. Conversations were paramount as they shared and hit the recording studios to blend their voices.

There was a cool energy and it shows in the song. We are both children from Medellin and every time I can work with someone who shares my roots and my passion for music it is a great gift”, expressed the paisa.

It is important to remember that J Balvin has become a bridge for different artists to gain momentum in their careers and make themselves known in the indicated way. The collaborations have flowed and there has been a record of that in the music industry.

The singer has shared work with Karol G, Bad Bunny, Dua Lipa, Selena Gómez, María Becerra, Zion & Lennox, Farruko, Rosalía, Maluma, Jhay Cortez, Nicky Jam, Crissin, Sech, among others.



Source-www.semana.com