The singer uruguayan Jorge Drexlerin times of the pandemic Coronavirus published a video of a previously unissued song that he composed before the panic generated by the recently so-called pandemic by the World Health Organization.
Drexler requested to Latin americans, through their social networks, not to make the same mistakes in Italy and Spain before the outbreak of coronavirus, this last country where residence if the handicapped for several years.
The singer-songwriter, winner of an Oscar and also study of medicine gave a message: “Give an example to the world: Stay in your homes. To avoid the peak of contagion mass. It is the only way not to overwhelm the health systems and enable serious cases to be saved”.
Details of the song, Jorge Drexler
It turns out that Jorge Drexler uploaded the video of the song, unreleased, entitled “elbow to Elbow”, which he composed before the panic generated by the recently so-called pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO).
After the cancellation of his concerts in Costa Rica-which subsequently were added to the reprogramming of their dates both in the United States and in Puerto Rico – due to the global emergency, Drexler transmitted, via Facebook Live, a concert special in replacement of one of its presentations “to get us out the urge to touch it.”
“I am confronted with these anxieties by writing and grabbing the guitar. Trying to understand this era in the the way of show affection for another person, passes by not to give him the hand, for the virus to this do not get away…”, was what you commented in social networks, Jorge Drexler.
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It should be noted that elbow to Elbow, in one of its verses says, “as will the hugs, the kisses given with calm, if you’re a friend salúdalo with the soul. The paranoia and fear is not and will not mode, of this we will leave together by placing side by side”, which is certainly an anthem of hope and brotherhood.