Manuel Medrano premieres a new version of 'I don't know if the sun comes out' with Rawayana

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The singer-songwriter from Cartagena will perform at the Royal Center Theater in Bogotá on November 29 as part of his Eternal Tour

Manuel Medrano premieres a new version of ‘I don’t know if the sun comes out’ with Rawayana

Manuel Medrano joined forces with the Venezuelan group Rawayana for a new version of his song 'No Se Si Salga El Sol' (Warner Music Colombia)

Ever since his 2015 debut album made him a household name in Latin America, Manuel Medrano has taken his success in stride. Instead of going with the flow and maintaining a strong pace of new releases or collaborations, the man from Cartagena has chosen to carefully choose his next steps and the course to take in his career.

Martinor his contribution to the tribute album 'To Juan Gabriel, Amor Eterno', published after the death of Divo de Juárez and in which he covered the song 'Costumbres'.

< p class="paragraph">After the release of his single 'Buena' in 2019 with strong inclinations towards the urban genre that was not well received by his followers, Medrano chose to stay on the guitar for the composition and launch of 'Eternal'. In it, he takes advantage of the experience accumulated (for better and for worse) in the previous six years to shape twelve songs where his pop rock uses disco elements like in 'Esta Noche', acoustic like in 'Hace Tiempo', from bambuco as in 'Negra', or reggae as in 'I don't know if the sun comes out'.

It makes sense then that Medrano chose to publish a new version of this last song, accompanied by the Venezuelan group Rawayana to reinforce the reggae side of the song. The singer Alberto “Beto” Montenegro even contributes his voice, singing a duet with the man from Cartagena. According to what was indicated by his record company Warner Music Colombia in its press release, this reversal constitutes “the last track of the 'Eterno' era”, which would lead him to start considering his next steps in 2023. his career.

The 'Eternal Tour' and its passage through Colombia

Since its publication in October 2021, 'Eterno' has given Manuel Medrano the opportunity to perform in Mexico and Central America with great success with his 'Eterno Tour', taking his music to every corner of Latin America through his tour ” Eterno”, the same name that gave his second studio album its name, from which hits such as 'Nenita' and 'La Distancia' emerged.

After passing through Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, Panama and Ecuador, Medrano will close 2022 with six presentations, four of which will be in our country.

After performing at La Exposición Park de Lima on November 26, on the 29th it will begin its cycle of presentations in Colombia at the Royal Center Theater in Bogotá. It will be followed by dates in Medellín (November 30 at the Teatro Metropolitano), Cali (December 2 at the Teatro Calima) and Manizales (3 December at the Teatro Fundadores) in which his followers will be able to chant authentic classics from his repertoire such as 'Mi otra mitad', 'Bajo el agua', 'La Mujer Que Bota Fuego', 'Afuera del Planeta' as well as the songs that make up their LP 'Eterno'. The last presentation of the player from Cartagena in 2022 will be at the National Auditorium in San José, Costa Rica.