Colombian singer Maluma has caused a furor in his millions of followers by launching a new version of their latest single ADMV where he has combined the emotional lyrics with the urban style that characterizes him.
Last April Maluma surprised his followers with a romantic theme which quickly became a success, but it seems that that was not enough for the singer, because three days ago he released a urban version of the song.
The original song was released on April 24 on all streaming platforms and has playlists header for weeks, because his followers assure that this is the most romantic ballad that the musical has written.
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The interpreter of Mala Miá published the video in his account Youtube and with just 3 days of being shared, it has more than 3 million views and thousands of reactions to the video.
Many of his followers indicate that this is a perfect song to get closer to the people you love.
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Today the Colombian singer shared with his more than 50 million followers On Instagram part of the video to promote it, a publication which they took advantage of to congratulate him for the amazing work he did.
#ADMV URBAN VERSION … which do you like best? “, He wrote in the publication.
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With just a couple of hours of sharing the short video of his new music video and new version, he has almost 600 thousand reproductions and thousands of comments from his followers.
What a beautiful song is my favorite “,” I LOVED IT “,” You are the best “,” I super love it “,” The two that matter is the lyrics, all beautiful and you “, were some of the comments.
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This is where his followers they chose which one had been to their liking, according to the comments, it seems that the acoustic version It was the one they liked the most, as they mention that the lyrics are highly emotional and reach their hearts, making it special for its original version.