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Grupo Vision talk upcoming album ‘Quinto’ + more [PODCAST]

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Grupo Vision are set to release their new album “Quinto” in September. Twin brothers Jaime Medina and Javier Medina shared details about the group’s upcoming fifth album, including working with Grammy-winning producers and much more with the Cruz Control with AC Cruz podcast.

The group from San Antonio, Texas, are signed with Good-i Music, the record label owned by Intocable, and they spoke about working on their upcoming album under the direction of Ricky Muñoz and Rene Martinez, along with production by five-time Latin Grammy-winning producer Junior Cabral.

The brothers talked about their start in music, their godfather David Farias, working on collaborations with Latin Pop star Frankie J, embarking on their first nationwide tour and much more.

Listen to the full interview with Grupo Vision on the latest episode of the Cruz Control with AC Cruz Behind The Mic podcast below. Hear previous episodes and get more details at CruzControlWithACCruz.com.

LISTEN: Grupo Vision on Cruz Control with AC Cruz Podcast

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