Manuel Turizo is forgetting…
The 21-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer has released his latest single “Te Olvido,” in which he suggests he can forger about an ex-girlfriend overnight.
Drawing inspiration from the early 2000s — from sporting denim-on-denim outfits to instant messaging chat rooms — Turizo narrates the tragic ending of a love story in the song’s music video, which was directed by P The Chemist.
“Don’t even bother giving my an explanation,” Turizo sings. “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.”
“Te Olvido,” which starts off like a ballad but ultimately transitions into Turizo’s signature slow-tempo reggaeton, is the new single from his forthcoming third studio album titled 2000, named after the year he was born.
His upcoming effort will follow ADN and this year’s Dopamina, which peaked at No. 15 on Billboard‘s Top Latin Albums chart. The former peaked at No. 8 on the survey dated September 6, 2019. Currently, the “Vaina Loca” singer is touring the U.S. with his Dopamina trek, making stops in cities like Chicago, Orlando, Houston, New York, among others.