The colombian joined the brazilian duo to make a ballad that is sung both in Portuguese and in Spanish.
30 Apr 2020 14:08By: canalrcn.com
Karol G joined Simone & Simaria to launch the video for the song “Life Went on”, where the colombian and showed a huge affinity and charisma with the brazilian duo.
The song was released some months ago, but due to its success, the producers decided to launch a special video that was recorded in April of 2019in the desert climate of El Dorado Dry Lake Bed, close to Las Vegas, united States.
The address of the video clip was made by Marlon Peña, who has worked with Daddy Yankee, Luis Fonsi, J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Alex Sensation, among others.
“Life Went On” it is part of the repertoire of the album Karol G, “Ocean”, submitted in 2019; the topic is una ballad soft sing both in Portuguese and in Spanish and the lyrics of the song brings a dose of sufrimientor and shows that life continues, even after the end of a relationship.
The video was released on the official channel of Simone & Simaria on YouTube, where it has been reproduced more than a million times in a few hours reaching out to be in the first trends in that platform.
Karol G is the latest artist in the curriculum of associations of Simone & Simaria as in 2018 the brazilians were invited to be part of the album “Non È Detto”, the legendary Italian singer Laura Pausini, the song “Novo”.
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For its part, Karol G also had great collaborations, in his second studio album, “Ocean”, where he worked with artists such as J Balvin, Maluma, Nicky Jam, Anuel AA, among others, in the more than 15 songs presented in the album.
The album also featured a cast of producers from world-renowned, as the old friend and collaborator Ovy on the Drums, as well as Sky Breaking, Chris Jeday, Mambo Kingz and more.
At the end of 2019, Karol G and Nicki Minaj joined together to launch the megahit “Tusa”, that is still in the Top 200 Spotify, with almost 2 million views.
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