Pablo Alboran is a well-known Spanish singer in Argentina.
The topic “Only you” multiplied popularity that had already been growing with previous works, to the point that his tour “I promise” allowed him, in April of last year, to fill the Palermo Racecourse, a stage reserved for artists of great popular demand. Before, I had exhausted two moon parks.
31 years old and born in Malaga, Alboran It was a trend throughout the day in his country after publishing a video in which he speaks for the first time about his sexuality. “I come here to tell you that I am homosexual,” says the singer, who has sold more than 10 million copies of all his albums.
Alboranwho has won awards and for several seasons was the most successful singer both in his homeland and in Portugal, a neighboring country faced the cameras and started talking like never before.
“Today I want him to yell at me to get a little louder and have more value and weight” Alborán started in his video. “I’m here to tell you that I’m gay” counted, then say “That nothing happens, that life goes on the same”.
“I need to be a little happier than I already was” remarked the singer, implying the real reason why he recorded that video. On Twitter, Alborán has 3.7 million followers. On Instagram, 5.2 million.
“Many people assume it, know it, or simply don’t care” finished Alboranwho from the moment the recording was uploaded on his networks became the number one trending topic in Spain and a global trend.
As the coronavirus pandemic began, Alboran he was planning a tour that would bring him back to Argentina. The disease hit Spain and other European countries very hard, and forced the cancellation and suspension of all kinds of massive events, so the idea was left for another time.
Spain and the old continent are slowly entering what was called the “new normality”, while in Argentina and throughout the American continent we are just getting closer to the famous and feared “peak of illness”, with Brazil becoming the new world center of Covid, with countries with many problems such as Chile, Peru and Bolivia, and with our numbers also on a marked rise.