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Dody Y Nivel release debut album ‘Eres Tu’ [LISTEN]

Dody Y Nivel released their debut album 'Eres Tu' on March 9.

Dody Rodriguez of Dody Y Nivel | Photo by Mariaelena Arocha

Dody Y Nivel released their debut album Eres Tu on March 9.

The album features 11 tracks from the Houston, Texas-based band, 10 original songs and one cover song “Cien Años.” The song that has been covered by many artists, including Selena, Pedro Infante, and Vicente Fernandez, is a live concert performance from the band.

“Actually playing back the live song we thought it sounded so good,” said a press release about the album. “Here vocals came across well and the vocals were there. So instead of mixing and mastering it, we left it as it was and kept that live raw feel to it.”

The album also features “Como Un Tonto,” a song a that was nominated for Song Of The Year at the Houston Music Awards in 2017 and the title track “Eres Tu” a song written and dedicated to Dody’s mother.

Eres Tu is filled with different sounds including cumbias, a ranchera, a ballad, mariachi, and even a reggaeton track. It’s available now at all digital music outlets.

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