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Los Chamacos debut new single ‘Fueron Tus Celos’ [AUDIO]

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Los Chamacos have released “Fueron Tus Celos”, the first single without former frontman Jaime DeAnda.

“This is the first song that we actually did on our own,” said Roel Joslin of Los Chamacos told Tejano Nation. “It felt pretty good…I just love music, I love to go in and record.”

It’s the first production done by Los Chamacos at Joslin’s recording studio in over 10 years since the Freedom Tour in 2008.

“Fueron Tus Celos” was written by Latin Grammy winner Juan Treviño and features Albert Canales of Un Nuevo Oro on accordion.

Los Chamacos plan more songs for their next album to be written by band members, including Joslin, Ruben Mendoza, and Edward “Chato” Ordonez.

“We have some tunes that we are ready to release as well,” said Joslin. “I’ve been writing songs since back in the 90s…Edward has always put one song on every CD. We have 20 CDs or so, he’s got like 20 songs out there.”

DeAnda left the group in December and Los Chamacos and the four remaining members of the band have decided to “continue as Los Chamacos without Jaime,” according to the statement released in January.

Jaime Y Los Chamacos entertained fans with their high-energy, signature sound since 1982 and released many successful albums and classic hits including “Yolanda,” “Mi Musica Favorita,” and many more. The band has received multiple Grammy and Latin Grammy nominations and was inducted into the Tejano R.O.O.T.S. Hall of Fame in 2011.

“Fueron Tus Celos” is available now at CDBaby.

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About Romeo (1323 Articles)
Romeo is media professional with over 20 years of experience in radio and digital media. He is the Managing Editor for TejanoNation.net, the premiere website for Tejano music, news and entertainment and oversees programming for Q99.5 in San Angelo, Texas.

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