Ray Ray and Jose Leon release ‘Aunque Mal Paguen Ellas’ collaboration [AUDIO]

joseleonrayrayampeRay Ray de Los Agues and Jose Leon Y Grupo Solitario released their collaboration, “Aunque Mal Paguen Ellas,” on Friday (October 7). The duet is a remake of the 1989 hit from Vicente Fernández and Roberto Carlos.

Jose Leon is a veteran musician with an extensive history in the music business with over 600 songs written for various artists, including La Calma, Conjunto Romo and Eddie Gonzales. He has 11 albums released to date.

“I enjoyed working with Ray Ray in the studio,” Jose Leon told Tejano Nation. “I knew when I met him that our voices would work well together for this project.”

Ray Ray de Los Agues released his debut solo album, No Se Como Fue, in 2015 and his platform is Tejano and Conjunto music. The singer-songwriter is currently on the Industry Ballot for the 36th Annual Tejano Music Awards for Male Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year – Conjunto.

“I learned a lot from this Veteran musician,” Ray Ray told Tejano Nation about Jose Leon. “He is a kind, hard working and humble man and has written many hits over the years. It’s an honor to have actually recorded a duet with him. We are excited for the future. There are many projects in the works right now.”

The “Aunque Mal Paguen Ellas” collaboration was recorded at Luz Mex Studios in San Antonio, Texas.

LISTEN: “Aunque Mal Paguen Ellas” — Ray Ray & Jose Leon

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Romeo is media professional with over 20 years of experience in radio and digital media. He is the Managing Editor for, the premiere website for Tejano music, news and entertainment and oversees programming for Q99.5 in San Angelo, Texas.

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