Manuel Turizo isn't dwelling on the past. In fact, he can forget about an ex-girlfriend overnight, he suggests in his new single titled "Te Olvido," which was released Thursday (Oct. 7) alongside a new music video.
Taking inspiration from the early 2000s -- from sporting denim-on-denim outfits to instant messaging chat rooms -- Turizo narrates the tragic ending of a love story in his music video directed by P The Chemist. "Don’t even bother giving my an explanation," the 21-year-old Colombian artist sings. "If you ever think of apologizing when you’re alone. I hope you don’t even try it. Just remember I was rooting for you, and you threw everything out the window."
"Te Olvido," which starts off like a ballad but ultimately transitions into Turizo's signature slow-tempo reggaeton, is the new single from his forthcoming third studio album titled 2000, taking its from the year he was born.