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Karol G unveils name of new album

The Colombian sent her fans into a frenzy after announcing her next studio album, ‘Mañana Será Bonito’.

The Colombian sent her fans into a frenzy after announcing her next studio album, 'Mañana Será Bonito'.
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Karol G has announced that her upcoming fourth studio album will be called ‘Mañana Será Bonito’ (‘Tomorrow Will be Beautiful’), and that it will be dropping “soon”.

The album is the follow-up to Karol’s chart-topping and Grammy-nominated ‘KG0516′, which was released in March 2021.

The Colombian revealed the news in a colorful trailer that features her sitting in a red car in her native city of Medellin.

“Finally!!!! Finally!!! Today I announce the project that I’ve dedicated so much love and time to. All I know is that for me and for everyone, Mañana Será Bonito (Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful),” Karol wrote.

While sitting in a car, a note drops on the windshield which reads: “If you’re, sad call me.” When she dials a helpline, which is run by a team of children, one of them answers and gives several options to make her feel better: write a letter to Santa Claus asking for coal to make carne asada, perform at a show or sing.

“But señorita, the important thing is that mañana será bonito,” he says before ending the call, before the video teases: “Coming soon.”

Karol G’s recent success

Karol G will be hoping her fourth studio album delivers the same success her previous effort, ‘KG0516′, delivered.

The album was the Colombian’s first to reach number one on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums, and earned the biggest week for a Latin album since Shakira did so in 2017 with ‘El Dorado’.

Her song ‘Provenza’, which was released in April 2022, took top spot on Billboard’s 2022 year-ending Top Latin Artists - Female for a fourth consecutive year. She was also second on the overall Top Latin Artists chart, the only female artist to feature in the top 10.

Her 2022 $trip Love Tour was her biggest to date, as it became the highest-grossing tour ever by a female Latin artist. According to Billboard Boxscore, the tour grossed $69.9 million and sold 410,000 tickets across 33 shows in North America.


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