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La Peligrosa drops ‘Eres Todo Para Mi’ from debut album

By TejanoNation Staff
@TejanoNation

peligrosa-erestodoparamiTejano newcomer La Peligrosa released the latest single, “Eres Todo Para Mi,” from her debut album Hoy.

The track was written and produced by Rolando Revilla with guest musician Izaya Burciaga on drums. It’s a passionate, high-energy ranchera that is a combination of traditional keyboards with the innovative progressive Midwest sound.

“When I first was given the lyrics to this song, what came to mind was young love and the giddiness of finding the one for you,” La Peligrosa told Tejano Nation. “It’s truly amazing how music can bring back sweet memories!”

The 12-track album released in December 2015, includes eight original songs and showcases a variety of music styles while maintaining the classic Tejano sound, from Conjunto-progressive to up-beat catchy cumbias.  This project was driven by a deep passion for Tejano music stemming from La Peligrosa’s childhood.  After experiencing much loss, the singer decided Hoy was the time to step up to the mic and live for today – for tomorrow is never promised.

The singer from St. Paul, Minnesota, known for her flamboyant style and unforgettable persona, is on the general ballot for Best New Female Artist at the 2016 Tejano Music Awards.

Hoy is available for download now from the Tejano Nation Amazon store, click HERE to get add to your Tejano playlist.

Get to know more about La Peligrosa on her official Facebook page.

LISTEN: “Eres Todo Para Mi” — La Peligrosa

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