Saturday, June 29, 2019 at 21:57
Rabat – Social Networks have provided the opportunity to touch the whole planet, I personally think that I owe them 80 percent of their success, said Karol G, Saturday in Rabat, during the last press conference in the 18th edition of the Mawazine rhythm of the World Festival.
"I've never worked in Morocco, but many people know my music and thanks to platforms such as Instagram, Facebook or Spotify," said an artist who has nearly 20 million followers on social networks.
The possibility of music passing the world is also impressive, Reggaeton Superstar continued, pointing out that it was perfectly illustrated by the fact that Rosalia and J Balvin launched the festival, Maluma will give the final concert of this release.
The Mawazine program, a global event, shows Latin music spread all over the world, an artist who will play at OLM Souissi tonight.
"The unexpected success of my first two albums now makes me more pressure on myself because I would love people around you to be proud and to be a good Latin ambassador," the singer said. He won the Latin Grammy Award for the Best New Artist in 2018.
Asked about the difficulties of success as a woman, Karol G felt that in many anglo-american music many women, such as Rihanna, Katy Perry and Nicky Minaj, managed to find their way, but in Latin music it was "quite different and at first I was difficult, "but emphasized, however, that thanks to the efforts of all women in the industry, things are changing and she is proud of it.
Additionally, the 28-year-old singer saw her dedication to nature, pointing out that her latest album, "Ocean", wanted to embody a change, and with this in mind, will launch several products of the world. album and donate 10% profits to foundations that work on ocean clearing.
To conclude, Karol G said that he was very happy to have performed for the first time in Morocco, a country he has already had a chance to visit in January for video recording with Lartiste, a culture of love.
Organized by the Moroccan Culture Association under the patronage of King HM King Mohamed VI, Mawazine remains, doubtless, for lovers of music of all horizons, a cultural meeting of the most sought after.
For its 18th edition (June 21-29), this musical mass offers an exceptional and diverse program, which includes Moroccan, African, Oriental and Western songs.