“I had always wanted to redo that song,” Stephanie Lynn told Tejano Nation. “It gives me something to give to the people because it is the 25th anniversary.”
The song was written by legendary songwriter Humberto “Beto” Ramon and peaked at #32 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart in 1994.
The 2019 version of the song features soulful vocals from Stephanie Lynn with arrangement by Stampede and produced by Danny Martinez for the Jae Christian Music Group.
After the passing of her father earlier this year Stephanie Lynn wanted to reinvigorate her career.
“I knew what the people wanted though, they wanted to see me evolve and to calm myself with everything that happened to me,” she said. “Like I say, your pain is not unique, everybody is going through something.”
Stephanie Lynn plans to return to the stage soon with a concert in her hometown of San Antonio, Texas to showcase her new outlook and evolved sound of her music.
The singer is also working on a docuseries that features the persons instrumental at the beginning of her career to help her succeed in the 1990s.
“Ojos Para Ti (2019)” is available at Spotify now and the official music video will be released on Nov. 12. Stephanie Lynn will donate her portion of the royalties of the new release to the song’s writer Beto Ramon, who lost his home and studio in a recent fire.
“The man has the incredible gift of song,” said Stephanie Lynn. “His words helped mold the ‘Stephanie Lynn sound.’ Not only that he’s my friend and that’s what friends do.”
Like Tejano Nation on Facebook, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up with everything Tejano. Listen to new Tejano music first with our playlists on Spotify and Soundcloud.
“Ojos Para Ti” — Stephanie Lynn featuring Stampede
- Laura Linda premieres new single and music video ‘Yo No Soy De Nadie’
- Boyz of Kumbia return with AB Quintanilla produced ‘Pelón’ feat. Ricky Rick
- Liz Garcia Voted Best Band/Musician by Readers of San Antonio Magazine
- ‘Bronco, La Serie’ Premieres March 11 in the U.S. on Pantaya
- Texas Governor Abbott Lifts Mask Mandate, Opens Texas 100 Percent