The tour begins on November 1 in New York and two days later it arrives at the James L. Knight Center Coliseum in Miami.
“Tinta y Tiempo” is the most recent album by the Uruguayan and comes out after five years without recording and with the pandemic through, according to a press release released this Thursday. According to the musician, this album “seemed to be destined for shipwreck”.
“Oddly enough, such a life-affirming concept hardly saw the light of day. For a long time it seemed doomed to shipwreck, one of the many projects that succumbed under the weight of the pandemic, lost in oblivion,” he admitted. .
Anchored in his “signature poetic worldview and quirky puns,” the album features guest artists Rubén Blades, C. Tangana, Noga Erez, and Martín Buscaglia, the release details.
The theme that sings with the Spanish C. Tangana, “Tocarte”, is nominated for “Song of the Year”“Record of the Year”, and “Best Short Form Music Video”.
Likewise, Drexler’s 9 nominations for the 2022 Latin Grammys, which will be delivered in Las Vegas (USA) on November 17, include the “Best Album of the Year” section for “Tinta y Tiempo”.
Drexler’s tour will reach Puerto Rico on November 5, New Jersey on November 10, Washington on the 11th and Boston on the 12th.