Former Menudo member Angelo Garcia covered “No Me Queda Mas,” the 1994 hit from Selena Quintanilla, to celebrate the late singer’s nomination for a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Garcia posted the video of his studio performance on his official Facebook page on Wednesday.
“With lots of love I present to you my version of ‘No Me Queda Mas‘,” posted Garcia. “I wanted to celebrate the happiness she gave all of us and also the fact that she will be getting a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. May she REST IN PEACE.”
On Tuesday, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce’s Walk of Fame committee made the announcement of Selena’s nomination, along with many other stars that were nominated.
Garcia was a member of the Puerto Rican boy band Menudo for three years. He was only 12 when he joined the band in 1988. Since 2004, García has written and recorded a number of original songs in both Spanish and English, including his first Spanish hit “En Mis Sueños” which sold over 6 million copies worldwide. Garcia is currently working on new music and keeping his fan base guessing as to when his next album will drop. In the mean time, enjoy his cover of “No Me Queda Mas.’
WATCH: Angelo Garcia covers ‘No Me Queda Mas’