Silvestre Dangond referred to artists attacking him to go viral

Singer Silvestre Dangond is in the ring with his new musical album called ‘Ta malo’, which was released on November 2 in Valledupar, Cesar, causing a red fever among his followers who accompanied him.

In the recent details that have come to light in recent days about the Urumitero artist, an interview with journalist Víctor Sánchez was revealed in which he told important aspects of his artistic career.

Among the various topics, they talked about the rivalry that supposedly existed with some lagenato singers. “Why do many artists attack you to go viral?” was the question Sánchez asked the performer of ‘Las locaciones mias’.

“The least I have is rivalry with my colleagues, even if they have rivalry in their minds, I don’t do that because I am a respectful man and I have so many tasks to do that I don’t have time to think about other things” , Silvestre replied in a peaceful manner.

The Urumitero artist assured that he stays away from certain topics and situations to avoid conflicts. He emphasized that the best thing he has always done is to remain silent, after considering that he could be misinterpreted.

“At the end of the day, my opinion doesn’t matter because they certainly know what they’re doing. Look how far they’ve come, that I’m good for some things, but bad for others, that they need me for some things, but not others,” he said.

He added: “I’ve learned to live with that, with the slander and with people thinking about me and saying what is and isn’t in the genre, but ultimately my message is that people don’t get it right by accident, something that “ You have to do it right to do it right.”

Source: El heraldo