“This song meant so much to me, not only because one of my idols recorded with me, Shelly Lares, but because of the message that it brings and it helps women stay strong and positive throughout any situation that they encounter when they are in or out of a relationship,” Sarah Monique told Tejano Nation.
Lares is a major influence for Sarah Monique with a legendary career that spans 37 years, beginning when Lares was just a young girl. Sarah Monique reached out to “Little Miss Dynamite” to be a part of the song.
“When I heard it I thought it was fun and catchy and I really wanted someone as a strong voice as well,” Sarah Monique said. “Two women coming together and having that bond.”
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