Maluma has just dropped his new single, melodic urban pop track “Sobrio” along with its sizzling music video, which includes several celebrity cameos. “Sobrio” is the first single off the artist’s upcoming album. Find the track here.
Written by Maluma, Édgar Barrera, Kevyn Mauricio Cruz, Alejandro Robledo, Filly Andrés Lima, and Lenin Yorney Palacios, Maluma once again sings about heartbreak but in the opposite view of “Hawái,” this time he shows a more vulnerable side. The lyrics tell the story of someone who is only able to gather the courage to call his ex-girlfriend to tell her he misses her and say he is sorry, only after he has been drinking.
Thus, in the beautiful cinematic music video shot in Los Angeles by renowned director Jessy Terrero of Cinema Giants, Maluma drowns his sorrows when he sees his girl, played by Israeli fashion supermodel Eden Fines, on a date, with reality star Scott Disick, and then gathers the liquid courage to confront them, making a fool of himself in the process while still somehow looking cool as only Maluma could do. Besides cameos from Disick, singer/rapper Saweetie, actor/singer/model Quincy Brown and Australian supermodel Shanina Shaik.
Maluma is currently in the midst of rehearsals for Papi Juancho Maluma World Tour, his first live, in-person tour since the beginning of the pandemic. The North American leg of the Papi Juancho Maluma World Tour kicks off on September 2 in Sacramento, California, and will make stops in more than 25 cities including venues such as the FTX Arena (formerly American Airlines Arena) in Miami, Madison Square Garden in New York and The Forum in Los Angeles.
Tickets are now on sale via www.ticketmaster.com, www.axs.com for select venues only, and www.haciendamidland.com for Odessa, Texas.
Papi Juancho Maluma World Tour Dates:
Thursday, September 2nd: Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center
Friday, September 3rd: Los Angeles, CA – The Forum
Saturday, September 4th: Las Vegas, NV – Michelob Ultra Arena
Thursday, September 9th: San Jose, CA – SAP Center
Saturday, September 11th: Ontario, CA – Toyota Arena
Sunday, September 12th: San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena
Saturday, September 18th: Seattle, WA – WaMu Theater
Thursday, September 23rd: Phoenix, AZ – Phoenix Suns Area
Friday, September 24th: El Paso, TX – Don Haskins Center
Saturday, September 25th: Odessa, TX – La Hacienda Event Center
Sunday, September 26th: San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
Thursday, September 30th: Bridgeport, CT – Webster Bank Arena
Friday, October 1st: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
Saturday, October 2nd: Washington DC – Capital One Area
Sunday, October 3rd: Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Thursday, October 7th: Atlanta, GA – StateFarm Arena
Friday, October 8th: Orlando, FL – Amway Center
Saturday, October 9th: Miami, FL – FTX Arena
Sunday, October 10th: Fort Myers, FL – Hertz Arena
Thursday, October 14th: Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
Friday, October 15th: Laredo, TX – Sames Auto Arena
Saturday, October 16th: McAllen, TX – Payne Arena
Thursday, October 21st: Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
Friday, October 22nd: Montreal, QC – Centre Bell
Sunday, October 24th: Chicago, IL – Allstate Arena
Additional tour dates may be added.
The tour is being produced by Cardenas Marketing Network.
Adriana Chavez is the editor for Vacancy. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org