Carlos Rivera premieres his composition ‘Digan lo que say’

Mexico — Mexican singer Carlos Rivera returns to his role as a composer with “Digan lo que say”, a song that was born out of pain and later became a declaration of love that triumphs despite everything and everyone.

Before on digital platforms, the singer gave a preview of his new song, performing this song for the first time before the public of Marbella, Spain, during his presentation at Starlite, the most important boutique festival in Europe.

“’Say what they say’ was born inspired by all those people who are in love and when that begins, people like to give their opinion and begin to criticize, sentence and even hurt, loving is an act of courage and I think one should do deaf ears and fight against everyone and everything”, expressed the singer.

The former member of the reality show La Academia returns to release a solo single after four years of making various collaborations and “Leyendas” his latest album of duets in which he paid tribute to the idols who influenced and inspired him in his career.

With the official launch on digital platforms of “Digan lo que Digan” the official video is also released, directed by Fernando Fratter, in which Carlos wanted to use the universal language of dance to tell this story.

In the video, a couple of dancers represent two lovers who are attacked by another group of dancers who poetically represent a group of crows that symbolize evil, that attacks, that stings and that hurts, also integrating the wind, the water and the fire as elements against, but in the end their love is stronger and triumphs over everything.

“Digan lo que say” is a preview of Carlos Rivera’s next unreleased production that will be released in the first months of 2023. The singer is scheduled to tour Mexico in the states of Hidalgo, Guadalajara, Tlaxcala, Puebla, Sinaloa and Baja. California.

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Carlos Rivera premieres his composition ‘Digan lo que say’