What does provenza mean in karol g song
After an exciting weekend at Coachella, hitting the top of the Billboard Latin Songs chart and winning six out of seven Latin American Music Awards (Premios Lo Nuestro), it's clear that Colombian singer Karol G is having her moment. After a few collaborations with Jotaerre and Alejo, the "Bichota" star dropped her first non-collaborative single in over half a year called 'Provenza', produced by Ovy on the Drums.
The song is about a former relationship and the desire to reconnect with someone from the past. Specifically, the singer reveals that she wants to take the person on familiar places where they can enjoy their company and relive old times.
In the lyrics, she even goes as far as to ask for a rendezvous where they can smoke, drink, and listen to reggaeton music. Overall, the message is that she's willing to give her ex a second chance because she's now free from her current partner.
The track was filmed in Lanzarote, one of the Canary Islands known for its exotic volcanic landscape and paradisiacal beaches. The song features a smooth, romantic production that blends tropical rhythms and afro-beats with a laid-back calypso beat, making it the perfect summer anthem. In addition to the original Spanish version, the music video includes a remix by Dutch DJ-producer Tiesto.