'Fino,' Llane's solo debut career after departing Piso 21
The album was released by Warner Music Latina, and has 11 songs that offer a peculiar mix of urban sounds with pop and bolero
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Three years after leaving Piso 21, Llane begins his new chapter as a solo artist with the release of his debut album Fino, leaving behind the legacy of the popular Colombian band.
The album was released by Warner Music Latina, and features 11 songs that offer a peculiar mix of urban sounds with pop and bolero. To boost his solo career, Llane collaborated with artists like Reik, Boza and Danny Ocean, who also appeared in the music video for the title song of the album.
The official video for “Fino” puts Llane at the center, occupying the leading role. He starts with an explicit message: “Last night I dreamed that you were touching yourself thinking of me, you were killing yourself.” In a mechanical workshop, the singer declares to his beloved that "I am indeed your fan," and lays out his strategy to win back her love. At the end of the music video, warm colors dominate, giving way to a sensual dance by the singer with his beloved.
This "time travel" to recover his love was filmed in Mexico. In the words of the singer: “This song is for women to feel sexy, to enjoy it, to feel good. I love seeing women who feel more and more confident with themselves.”
The music video was directed by Juan Felipe Zuleta.
Before the release of the video for “Fino,” Llane had already released hits like “Alcancía!" with Reik and Khea; “Presente y futuro,” with the Zion and Álvaro Díaz, “Puñales,” with the Boza, “Será,” with Manuel Turozo, and “Sueño,” with the Omar Montes.
The album features four previously unreleased songs, including “Fino.” In “Oveja negra,” he fuses Latin American trap using English and Spanish together with Jamaican singer Masego; “Pensamientos oscuros” with a pop and more sensual side; and “Pose,” with his urban pop style that's defined Llane's his solo career.
According to the Colombian singer, the album was called Fino because “it represents the line by which I identify myself and by which I like to move, a song with Danny Ocean, a great friend and artist. We recorded an incredible video in Mexico of a different story, which you can't miss so you can see what happens in the first chapter of this album."
It is a new stage, with an album “full of feelings and emotions that is something that we all live and overcome in the stages of love and life. I am very proud of the jewels of songs that are part of the album,” said Llane. The Colombian, who has more than 303 million combined streams worldwide, is an artist with a bright future in the Latin music scene.