Colombian music sensation Ryan Castro made a significant impact in his home city of Medellín, Colombia, as he headlined the opening act at Karol G’s ‘Mañana Sera Bonito’ festival. This remarkable event took place at the Atanasio Girardot Stadium, where Castro performed to an enthusiastic crowd of over 90,000 fans on both Friday and Saturday nights.
An Unforgettable Performance
Ryan Castro began the weekend with a surprise appearance during Karol G’s set on Friday night. Here, he joined Cris MJ and Karol G to perform “Una Noche En Medellín Remix” live for the first time in Colombia. His Saturday performance was equally impressive, as he opened the festival with renditions of his popular tracks including “Quema”, “Malory”, “Corazon Roto”, and “Wasa Wasa”. Castro's dynamic presence and performance were a clear indication of his strong fanbase in Colombia.
A History of Collaborative Success
This event wasn't Castro's first collaboration with Karol G. He initially debuted as the opening act for her Bichota Reloaded Tour in Medellín in 2021. Later, he featured in “Una Noche En Medellín Remix” and made a surprise appearance at her Stadium concert in New York earlier this year. These collaborations have been pivotal in boosting his career and expanding his audience.
Looking Ahead: New Music and Collaborations
Ryan Castro is currently promoting his latest single ‘PLEBITA” with Luis R Conriquez. He’s also working with Carlos Vives on “Los Sabanales 3.0”, a refreshing take on classic Colombian vallenato. Fans are eagerly anticipating the release of his upcoming album “El Cantante Del Ghetto”, which promises to be a fusion of his dynamic style and Colombian musical heritage.
In summary, Ryan Castro’s performance at the ‘Mañana Sera Bonito’ festival not only showcases his growing influence in the Latin music scene but also cements his status as a notable artist in the vibrant Colombian music industry.