It was just last December when young Tejano artist Tristan Ramos had emergency brain surgery to remove fluid that was causing him to suffer severe headaches.
The Midland, Texas native recovered very quickly from his procedure and released his debut album “El Principio” (The Beginning) on January 31, which featured the hit single, “Muevelo” with Eddie Jimenez of Da Krazy Pimpz.
Now, the 12-year-old accordionist and singer has released his latest single, “Baila Princesa,” written and produced by award-winning hitmaker Gabriel Zavala.
Ramos was excited to work with Zavala according to an interview with Tejano Nation radio affiliate Magic 106.5 FM in Lubbock, Texas.
“We were all in San Antonio and we made a meeting and he asked me, ‘Okay, what music do you like?’ and he asked me all that,” Ramos said in the interview. “From there he took off and that same night, like three of four in the morning he calls me and says ‘Check this out, this is a demo that I just made, I’ll send you another one’. I wake up my mom at three or four in morning and (say) ‘Yeah, yeah, yeah!’.”
The track is a “banger” according to Zavala in an email to Tejano Nation. “A Tejano cumbia that “is ready to set fire to the Quinceañera dancefloors across the country,” he added.
The track also features Tristan’s brother Dylan Ramos on bajo and is available now at all digital music platforms.
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LISTEN: Tristan Ramos – “Baila Princesa”