The news came out a few hours ago. Alvaro Diaz and Quevedo are going to join in Maybe Yes, Maybe No, a collaboration that many urban music lovers were looking forward to hearing. Additionally, she will be part of Sayonarathe Puerto Rican album that has not yet seen the light of day and that his fans have been waiting for for many months.
But that is not all. His agency has given exclusive details to WECB Urban about this musical premiere that will arrive this Thursday, November 23 (Friday, November 24 in Spain). This information reveals that it is a reggaeton song produced by Caleb Calloway, Cashmere Cat, Slow Jamz and Elijah Fox. In addition, it will be the artist’s last release in 2023, so everything indicates that Sayonara could see the light of day in early 2024.
But that is not all. The song comes with a video clip directed by Dink Films and WAIV and it tells a story of love, loss and indecision while both artists interpret the song on camera, bringing out its most psychedelic side. In addition, his agency has exclusively sent WECB Urban these images from the filming of his music video, which are now available on our social networks. Here we leave them for you:
Maybe Yes, Maybe No warns us of the proximity of Sayonara. The exact release date is still unknown, but we are convinced that it will be one of the last advances of it. As indicated by Álvaro’s agency, the album will include “collaborations with notable stars”, as well as performances at important festivals. Start the count down!
Álvaro Díaz is one of the most followed artists on the urban music scene. In addition to having succeeded with his compositions for other figures in the industry, he has also achieved success with his own releases. In fact, the song that he composed for Karol G, Gucci Clothsis part of the Latin Grammy-winning album, and Panties and Bras by Daddy Yankee and Rauw Alejandro has become a hit. His talent has made him sell out some venues and receive nominations for some of the best-known awards on the scene, such as Premios Juventud, Rolling Stone en Español and Premio lo Nuestro.
Now he has joined forces with the Canarian artist to delight us with a new song that is going to become the most played soundtrack of his fans. There are hours left to listen to it.