Alvaro Díaz and Quevedo premiere “Maybe Yes, Maybe No”

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A preview of what will be their next album, Sayonara.

The Puerto Rican artist closes a defining year for his career with the premiere of “Maybe Yes, Maybe No” collaboration in conjunction with the emerging Spanish artist Quevedo through Universal Music Latinothe reggaeton song was produced by Caleb Calloway, Cashmere Cat, Slow Jamz and Elijah Fox and it is the most recent single from his long-awaited album Sayonara.

The video clip was directed by Dink Films and WAIV and tell a story of love, loss and indecision, while Diaz and Quevedo They navigate through a psychedelic environment.

This year has been very important in the career of Diazleading him to consolidate several milestones in his time in music which have given him a boost worldwide.

The fashion-forward rapper was featured on the award-nominated album Latin Grammys of Tainy, DATAin the subject “Paranormal”, received diamond, platinum and gold certifications from several countries, sold out arenas, performed at prestigious music festivals. He received several nominations in different recognized awards such as Lo Nuestro Awards, Youth Awards and Rolling Stone in Spanishgathered thousands of fans at his concerts in Latin America and Spain and also, consolidating his career by having written songs like “Gucci Cloths” part of the winning album Latin Grammy of Karol G and “Panties and Bras” for collaboration between Daddy Yankee and Rauw Alejandro.

2024 already seems promising for the artist, who will begin the year with new album material that will include collaborations with prominent stars in addition to his already confirmed participation in festivals such as Tecate Pa’l Norte (Mexico), The Solar (Colombia) and Ceremony (Mexico).


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