Maluma: all about the project that seeks to provide a home for low-income families

Juan Luis Londoño Arias or Maluma not only one of the artists highlights of the genre urban today, but also one that has been very active in the social support works, participating in a project that seeks to provide a home to low-income people.

And it is that “Daddy Juancho” is in a very special stage in his career, because his foray into Hollywood with the film “Marry Me” with Jennifer López is added to the musical projects with the Firm Group y Madonna.

If you add to these achievements the excellent relationship you have with your partner, the architect Susana Gómez, this 2022 is probably the best year of the “Pretty Boy”.

Maluma made his announcement at the mega-concert called 'Medallo en la casa' (Photo: AFP)
Maluma made his announcement at the mega-concert called ‘Medallo en la casa’ (Photo: AFP)

The Colombian singer is aware of everything he has achieved and shows that he does not forget where he comes from, since it was recently announced that he will give away houses to those most in need.

During his last concert in Medellín, on April 30, the interpreter of “Sobrio” revealed that he seeks to do his “grain of sand” so that several families in Medellín have their own home.

The program will be launched by the company LaHaus and Maluma in a campaign called “Una Haus para Medallo City”, in which they will donate almost a million dollars for the first stage.

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Although it has not been confirmed how many stages the project consists of, it is known that the initial phase consists of the planning, location and selection of beneficiary families, as well as the beginning of the construction process.

“Together with Maluma, we launched ‘Una Haus para Medallo City’, an initiative in which we will work to build and deliver houses to homeless people in the capital of Antioquia,” is the tweet from the real estate company.

Most details, so far, are a mystery, so new information is expected on LaHaus and Maluma’s social networks.

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