Icon artist, Romeo Santos continues to reveal new details of his new album, his “Fórmula” volume 3, which will be released on September 1st.
The so-called “King of bachata” shared this Monday the preview of his new single called “Bebo” and that will be released on the aforementioned date, as the singer-songwriter announced last week: 9.1.2022 FV3.
From the cut of about 30 seconds you can see a bit of the official video clip in which he goes out to the street in search of a taxi and meets a homeless man who tells him: “Forget about her”, being himself characterized.
Then, the one who opens the door for him is also another character embodied by the artist who has never hidden his passion for acting, something that he commonly does in his audiovisual works.
The publication, which has an emoticon of a drink, achieved more than 6 thousand comments, and among these there were those who promise to shout with the short vein songs and have their drinks.
“Let go of that pod yaaa”, “Guayy I already have the blunt”, “Let’s drink battery with this production”, “Surely it will be a success”, were part of the comments.
The last release of the bachata star was six months ago with “His footprints” that adds 45 million views on YouTube.
The interpreter of “Centavito” has not said what will be the collaborations of this album. But something that is striking is that last Thursday the reggaeton player Bad Bunny wrote a tweet that received comments from Romeo Santos, Natti Natasha and Prince Royce.
“I can’t listen to a bachata without making me want to drink,” said “Bad Rabbit.”
Immediately, Romeo seconded the reggaeton player: “I have the same fucking problem,” he wrote with a symbol of a drink.
Further down, the reggaeton artist joined the Twitter thread and said: “It happens to all of us.”
But that does not stop there. The singer Prince Royce used the phrase that has been popularized by “Mayimbe”, Anthony Santos: “Today he drinks.”
So, by announcing this Monday the name of the single “Bebo” the assumptions that a collaboration is coming are increased, either in this song or in any other of the “Formula Vol.3”.