Ricardo Arjona sang in the New York subway but nobody recognized him

A disappointing episode lived the Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona in his passage through the New York subway. As he himself told on his social networks, a few days ago he decided to make a brief presentation in one of the subway stations in that city, but according to his story, his presence went completely unnoticed by passersby.

“I would be lying to say that I did well singing in the New York subway,” says the soloist in a recent post on Instagram, which so far has received more than 170,000 “likes” and the support of his unconditional followers.

“The best thing that happened to me was a Mexican lady who told me that I was Arjona’s impersonator but that I was too tall, that the real Arjona was very short,” he added in the post, accompanied by a black and white video where he He sees him sitting inside the subway facilities with his guitar in hand, glancing at the people who pass by.

It is not entirely clear yet if what happened in New York is just a comic episode or a unique way to promote his next album, Negro, second part of the album that he published last year, with 14 songs mostly composed during the closure of the pandemic.

The Guatemalan, who in May 2020 released his album White, plans to publish a book in October and would also announce an international tour.

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