I don't know about you, but I'm thoroughly enjoying Maluma's romantic side. It's pure, charming, raw, and oh so sexy. Last month, when he released his romantic ballad "ADMV" (which stands for "Amor de Mi Vida," which means love of my life), I couldn't help but melt a little.
"This song is very special for me, this is something that comes from the heart," Maluma said at the time in a press release. "It has made me realize the reason I started my career and it makes me think about what will happen in the future — if we are going to take the time to love one another, hug one another."
While the ballad was beautiful and showcased Maluma's vocal range, I'm even more excited about the just-released "ADMV (Versión Urbana)" which adds a very subtle reggaetón beat to the original ballad without altering its essence. It's so easy to vibe to . . . and would be the perfect wedding song.
Just picture it: you and the love of your life are ready to take on the dance floor for your first dance together, and you hear the lyrics, "When our memory fails and only the photographs remain, may I forget everything except that you are mine." You look into each other's eyes and realize you were meant to be, and that moment right there is perfect.
I don't know about you, but I'm sold. Now I just need to find my groom.