Carlos Manuel offers a new theme to celebrate Valentine's Day

"Don't worry", a romantic ballad recorded in Bogotá.

Carlos Manuel © Facebook
Carlos Manuel Photo © Facebook

The Cuban musicianCarlos Manuel He sent a message to his followers for Valentine's Day and offered his new song, "Don't worry," to celebrate the day of love and friendship.

"Happy Valentine's Day to all my friends!!! Remember to share my new song, a romantic song to dedicate to the love of your life on a day like this. Happy February 14th!!", he published on his Facebook page.

The song is a romantic song whose video wasfilmed in Bogota Colombia.

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The romantic ballad is far from the danceable rhythms with which he rose to fame and earned a place of preference among his Cuban audience.

The followers of the Cuban artist, who has lived for a long time in Miami, have celebratedthis side of you, where he shows off his vocal skills, which he has recorded on more than one occasion, such as when, for example, he has performed classic boleros.

"Nice theme, as usual"; "Very talented and very loved by Cubans, don't stop, give more and more to your usual audience"; "Beautiful song, I have followed you since I was younger when you sang in Cuba. What a great talent you have, I can't explain why you are not among the greats"; "Congratulations, beautiful ballad, a big hug friend, blessings and always success," his followers commented.

Determined not to pigeonhole himself into a single genre, Carlos Manuel has surprised his fans with his previous releases, cultivating not only romantic sounds like his new single, but more danceable ones like "La Bomba", which a month after its release already surpassed 30 thousand views.

His most recent songs speak of his versatility, without giving up the salsa rhythms that made him one of the most loved and followed artists on the island, where he played, a lot, with the hits of his group Carlos Manuel y su clan o before also with Mayohuacán.

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