Manuel Turizo presented “I forget you”, his new theme inspired by the year 2000

The Colombian singer Manuel Turizo he continues to aim high with his musical career with the recent release of the song “I forget you”, a ballad that turns into a slow reggaeton that speaks of betrayal by someone you love.

The song, which is accompanied by a powerful video clip, begins with Manuel Turizo explaining the backstory of the situation before moving on to the pre chorus, and finally releasing the bass into the chorus.

The video clip was directed by P The Chemist, and the inspiration is based on the aesthetics of the year 2000, which is the year Manuel Turizo was born and the name that he will give to his next third album.

This audiovisual proposal begins in a girl’s room, exactly as you would expect a teenager from the 2000s to decorate her room. His TV is on, where we see the first hint of Manuel before he takes us into his universe that feels like a mix of MTV Cribs and Entertainment Tonight.

Throughout his artistic career, Turizo has collaborated with artists such as Nicky Jam, Ozuna, Darell, Noriel, Anuel AA, Zion & Lennox, Wisin & Yandel, Rauw Alejandro, Myke Towers, Piso 21, Maluma, Sech, Jay Wheeler, Mau & Ricky, Camilo and more.

As if that weren’t enough, his songs have received multiple certifications from gold to platinum. He has been nominated for the Premios Juventud, Latin American Music Awards, Premios Tu Música Urbano, Latin Billboards and Latin Grammy.


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