The up tempo cumbia with a catchy chorus was handpicked for Romero by Guerrero, it was originally released by Argentine singer Karla.
“I really love this song and the lyrics are great for us women who have had this happen to them before,” said Romero, a nominee for Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2016 Tejano Music Awards. “It’s a way to have fun and laugh when you’ve been in that situation before. It’s also just a fun cumbia to dance and sing along to.”
The award winning singer from Santa Fe, New Mexico, has released nine albums, including her latest Gracias Senor, titled after the included duet with two-time Grammy Award winner Ruben Ramos, “El Gato Negro.”
Romero’s career began when she was a child watching her father’s band perform and she was determined to somehow get on the stage to perform as well. Influenced by her father, who she has looked up to all these years, but she also loved Selena and knew the stage is where she belonged. She says her career was inevitable. Her instinctive understanding of rhythm, passion for performing and her willingness to take creative risks is what has led her down a musical path of artistry.
Knowing that music has no boundaries has fed her artistic growth and inspired her voice to become a vehicle of diverse expression. Possessing an ability to completely captivate audiences with her stage presence has made her a unique female performer. Ernestine Romero continues to expand and diversify her music and style, and at the same time staying true to her New Mexico roots; she not only continues to show how her evolution can be a great commodity when it comes to creating new ways to reach people, but also a sign of more things to come.
“La Indecorosa” is available now for digital download at iTunes, Amazon, CDbaby and www.ernestineromero.com.
LISTEN: “La Indecorosa” — Ernestine Romero