Carlos Vives publishes his new single “tumbando muros”


The Colombian Carlos Vives published this Friday the single Knocking down walls, the first original song published from the series “El club de los tumbas” and which will be released on November 30 on the Disney + platform, with the singer-songwriter as the protagonist.

The pop-rock theme, composed by Vives and whose video was recorded in Miami (USA), is a preview of the series’ soundtrack, which follows in the footsteps of the eccentric music teacher Amaranto Molina (Vives) and a group of students from a high school specializing in music education, according to a statement from the artist’s representative office in the US.

In this way, Knocking down walls is the first single from the original soundtrack of the series, a record production that will contain songs composed by the renowned Colombian artist, with the collaboration of Andrés Leal and Martín Vililla, and that will be available on a date to be determined. on digital platforms.

The album will combine “pop sounds with traditional rhythms from different regions of Colombia,” according to the press release.

In the series The Bass Club, produced by TeleColombia for Disney +, Amaranto Molina is the new music teacher in a school and where he is in charge of Los Graves, made up of students who have not managed to integrate the group of Los Graves. treble, which includes those with the skills to achieve commercial success in music.

“Using his disruptive methods, the eccentric professor will take charge of The Graves, embarking with them on a transformative musical journey that will help him heal wounds and inspire each of the young people to express their unique talent, finding together a hopeful path in common,” the statement said.

With 20 million albums sold and more than 10 billion views on digital platforms, Carlos Vives is one of the most important figures in Latin music and to his credit he has 2 Grammy Awards and 15 Latin Grammy Awards.

The singer of La Gout Fría and Robarte un Beso culminated his successful After Everything You Live tour last month and premiered the video clip for Buscando al Caballo, a song in which he pays tribute to the Dominican merengue master Johnny Ventura.

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