Crystal Torres takes it back to her roots for new single ‘Y Qué Pasó’ [AUDIO]

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Tejano Music Awards winner Crystal Torres has returned with a new single, “Y Qué Pasó,” a song that takes the singer back to her Chilean roots.

“I am half Chilean and was researching some songs just to get in touch with my Chilean roots and happened upon this song and just fell in love with it, and just wanted to put a Tejano/Tropical twist on it,” Torres told Tejano Nation.

“Y Qué Pasó” was originally released by Chilean singer Jordan in 2014 and Torres adds her soulful voice to this cover produced by Mario Ortiz, musical director and producer for Tejano icon Jay Perez.

The track spotlights some great musicians including Torres’ husband Robert Garza recording both trumpet parts of the song, Robert Gamez and Chris Esparza recorded the saxophone and trombone, respectively. The song is a collaboration that features a friend of Torres from her native Iowa, rapper El Ave Phenix, originally from the Dominican Republic.

“Y Qué Pasó” is available now at all digital music platforms and will be the lead single from Torres’ upcoming album scheduled to be released before the end of 2019.

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LISTEN: Crystal Torres – “Y Qué Pasó” (featuring El Ave Phenix)

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Romeo is a media professional with over 25 years of experience in radio and digital media. He is the Managing Editor for, the premiere website for everything Tejano, and host of the Tejano Nation Podcast.

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