DannyLux premieres “One Day You Will Understand”

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The cruelest side of relationships is loving until you lose yourself, listen here.

DannyLux presented the first song from the extended version of his most recent album, a continuation of what the artist considers “the best version of himself” through his music. This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the singer-songwriter, he finds all the details.

“One Day You Will Understand” It is the first release of the version deluxe from the album released in 2023, DLUX, which became one of the most listened to albums on the Latin music charts, in addition to being considered one of the best of that year. With this single, we delve into a more sincere and vulnerable part of the singer-songwriter.

With melancholic notes, he tells us a common story: losing everything, even our happiness, while loving someone. It is this love that is given until it loses itself, which puts an end to a painful relationship. “One Day You Will Understand” It opens the possibility of hope after the pain, to stop lying to yourself in the relationship and to free yourself.

“It’s like one of those situations where all you want to do is make them happy, but you start to lose yourself,” he said. DannyLux.

The edition deluxe of DLUX It will be available soon, with which it was also announced that the singer will be on tour in 2024.

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