Carol G He never ceases to amaze his followers. On this occasion, she made her fans fall in love with him with the release of her new song ‘Cairo’, which is one of the most anticipated creations by ‘The Bichota’because this North African country was on his list of favorites, or so he made it known on his social networks.
“Beyond being in my top 5 of places in the world that I dreamed of knowing, I had a slightly more ambitious vision in this country: to close the streets, the sphinx and the pyramids of Egypt to achieve a video that was always in my mind, in my goals to achieve and in my heart”begins by saying the paisa.
The Colombian managed to reach the pyramids, considered wonders of the world, on a vintage bus trip, fulfilling her dream. According to ‘La Bichota’, achieving this challenge was very difficult, since it is a “sacred” place and difficult to access, however “IT WAS ALREADY A REALITY”.
The happiness of the interpreter of ‘Tusa’ and ‘Miami’ could be seen in her words. “I keep this moment as one of the best feelings of my life. Fulfilling dreams while working and telling the world about them is priceless.” the artist continues, in her latest publication in which she appears with the Pyramids of Egypt in the background.
A thank you to those who support Karol G
Finally, the Colombian took a moment to thank those who have been with her since the beginning of her career, her followers and family. “Thank you to the team for supporting every idea and every goal, for believing in me and never doubting the incredible things we can achieve together. I take immense personal pride in the work we have created together. For you, with love, CAIRO. “WHAT CHIMBAAAAAAAAA!”
Carol G He lives his best moment because the releases he has made throughout 2022 have been a success. First ‘Provence’, later ‘Catwoman’ and now ‘Cairo’. What’s coming in 2023?
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“Egypt was the place for the video that was always on my mind”, Karol G after launching Cairo