Maluma conquers the Mexicans with mezcal and singing El Rey
Maluma not only loves the country, but also honors it through his music; An example of this was the theme El rey, which he performed a cappella as a tribute to Vicente Fernández and in which more than 20,000 attendees accompanied him in the choirs.
For those who believed that perhaps Maluma did not sing live, he showed the opposite in his first show, of two, this Friday at the Palacio de los Deportes in Mexico City.
“Where are my people who love mezcal? I love Mexico because here they love chupe”, he commented.
On several occasions, the singer said he felt at home and, to prove it, he even got rid of his black boots that accompanied him on the first songs Hawái, Corazón, 11 PM and enjoyed his 360-degree cross-shaped stage completely barefoot.
Throughout the almost two hours that the show lasted, Maluma drove his fans crazy with captivating looks and sexy hip movements; His eight dancers were not far behind and swayed their hips to the rhythm of the music.
“What a bastard moment, infinite thanks for being here, for listening to my music, for being that unconditional support every day. I get up every day, I go to social networks, I see your comments and they are all positive, I have so much to thank you for.
“Here there is no space for negative energy, with Papi Juancho you breathe love and happiness. I am Colombian and everyone knows it, I do not change it for anything in the world, but I feel Mexican,” he said.
The singer satisfied the entire public with him, since he toured most of the hits such as HP, Borró cassette, Felices los 4 and the controversial song Cuatro babys.
One of his most romantic moments was when he performed ADMV acoustically alongside a piano. The audience turned on the backlight of his cell phone, simulating a large stellar mantle.
The 28-year-old interpreter took a moment to interact with his audience, hugged some fans, took photos with others, took one of them up on stage and at the end asked the cameras to focus on the gay flag, he took the opportunity to ask for tolerance for the community .
“Remember that love is love,” he exclaimed.
Maluma led the end of the concert with the song Everybody and ended with the song Hawaii, the same one he used to open but now with the Mexican flag on his back.