Latin Superstar Manuel Turizo released his new song, “Te Olvido,” over the weekend, and its music video has already reached over 3 million views. This slow-tempo reggaetón ballad begins with Turizo giving a background story of someone deceived by a person they considered to be their partner and asking them never to come back.
“Don’t even bother giving my an explanation // If you ever think of apologizing when you’re alone // I hope you don’t even try it // Just remember I was rooting for you, and you threw everything out the window // You didn’t care how much I valued you, it just ended in lies,” Manuel Turizo begins singing, portraying his heartbreak with a lot of feeling that comes through his performance.”
Directed by P The Chemist, the music video is an homage to the early 2000s’ with its set decorations and Turizo’s attire. The video begins with Turizo, dressed in styles reminiscent of Pharrell, Nelly, and Justin Timberlake from his NSYNC days, sitting in a girl’s bedroom, which is decorated exactly how you’d expect a teenager in the 2000s to decorate her room. Then, with her TV on, Turizo begins to sing about how he is getting over a heartbreak and promises himself to forget about it all.
Following the release of “Te Olvido,” Turizo graced the pages of GQ Mexico wearing the FW21 collection from Dolce & Gabbana –designed for a hyper-connected, free, and eclectic generation in mind. In addition, the new Crespo Leo bag collection, also featured in the magazine, brings back its staple leopard print from the famed Italian house.
This FW21 collection represents union and community, a focus point for the brand given the past year. The aesthetics of social networks are fused into the collection with an optimistic vision that looks towards a future where everyone is more united than ever. The concept of the collection is #DGTogether, which shows modernity and youth with vibrant colors and surprising textures, features masculine couture, rhinestones, and metallic detailing, make for a defining collection that captures modern pop culture.
Manuel Turizo began the month of October by closing out his first North American tour, Dopamina. Named after his chart-topping sophomore album, Dopamina, Turizo’s first tour started on September 10 in New York City with stops in Texas, Florida, and Georgia, before closing out on October 8 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
His album has produced many chart-topping singles, such as “Amor en coma’ ft Maluma, which broke records across charts in Latin America.
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