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Fantacia covers ‘Colegiala’ for latest single [AUDIO]

Fantacia released a cover of "Colegiala" for the Seguin, Texas-based band's latest single.

Fantacia released a cover of “Colegiala” for their latest single.

The Seguin, Texas-based band has been performing the song live for many years. The song originated in Peru and was originally recorded by Los Ilusionistas in 1975 and has been covered by many artists over the years. Fantacia enjoyed producing their version of the song.

“We definitely are proud of our Tejano roots but have expanded our musical boundaries over the years blending Tejano, TexMex, International Cumbia, and Rock,” Fantacia member Enrique Rangel told Tejano Nation.

Fantacia was formed in 1994 by brothers Enrique Rangel, Jr and Joshua Rangel, who were later joined by their father Enrique Rangel, Sr. The group released their debut album “Fantacias” in 1998, followed by their sophomore effort “La Herida” in 2002. Learn more about Fantacia at their official website Fantacia.com.

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