Son de Rey drops official video for ‘El Amante’ with Tejano twist

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Thomas J Henry

Son De Rey

Son de Rey released the official music video for “El Amante,” a cover of the hit song from Reggaeton star Nicky Jam, but with a Tejano twist.

The video features Son de Rey lead vocalist Luis Miguel Ramírez accompanied by vocalist Deborah Moreno at Richard Moya Park in Austin, Texas. The video was filmed by Austin Kilcullen and produced by Ramírez.

The song was arranged by David Moreno in collaboration with Grammy winner Fabian Hernandez, Armando Aussenac, and Raphael Flores.

Son de Rey is a Latin Alternative and Tejano band from Austin, Texas that blends traditional cumbia and Latin beats with pop electronica.

In 2014, the band received three Austin Music Awards nominations, including Best Latin Rock Band, Best Latin Traditional Band, and Best New Act in Austin.

Son de Rey released their first full-length album Ojos Azules in 2015, which garnered much praise and attention in the Latin community.

Learn more about Son de Rey at their official website

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WATCH: Son De Rey — “El Amante”

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1 Comment on Son de Rey drops official video for ‘El Amante’ with Tejano twist

  1. Johnny O. Limon // April 9, 2019 at 10:35 pm // Reply

    Son de Rey. Wow! Heard them several years ago at Zilker Park Stage. Great job on song.


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