J Balvin releases Marciano Cantero with honors: “You marked a generation forever”


Among the numerous farewells from the world of music to Marciano Cantero, singer of the Enanitos Verdes who died on Thursday night, one who particularly drew attention to his person in charge and above all, to his content.

This is J Balvin, one of the great figures of urban music, who fired him with honors. “May God have you in glory, Marciano Cantero. We will never forget your good vibes and disposition with such humility. You are a giant and you will be because you marked a generation forever, ”the Colombian artist wrote on his Instagram account.

In this way, Marciano appears legitimized not only as an artist with a regional impact but also as an influencer for those who lead the charge of popular music with a global impact.

J Balvin’s message alludes to a collaboration they made with the other urban music star and the singer of the Enanitos Verdes, a band with great arrival in Latin America.

It is about the song Un peso, the only one that has a collaboration in Oasis, the joint album that the Colombian and the Puerto Rican published in 2019.

In the last interview with VOS, Marciano Cantero detailed how the meeting with the megastars of urban music had taken place: “They called me. And he fascinated me the first thing they said to me: ‘Teacher, teacher, thank you for making our adolescence happy’. ‘Well, we’re off to a wonderful start,’ I thought. “Teacher, we have a song and we are at a bottleneck, we need you to help us get out of there, we know you can do it,” they told me.

“And I was happy, because there are few joys greater than that of composing. They called me to a game that I love, which is to write about a love that ended. I said ‘Wow, that’s why I’m a specialist’. It worked. How can I explain it to you? It was a meeting that kept me fired up the whole time,” he added.

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