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Juan Treviño released ‘Siempre Te Recordaré’ music video for fans

The Latin Grammy winner released a visual for a song from his latest album.

Juan Treviño released a music video for “Siempre Te Recordaré” (“Will Always Remember You”) on Dec. 24 just for fans.

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“It’s not a new single, just something new for the fans,” Treviño told Tejano Nation about the visual for the song from his latest album “Pedazos de Mi Alma” (“Pieces Of My Soul”), released in May.

The singer, songwriter, and musician won a Latin Grammy for Best Mexican Regional Song at the Latin Grammy Awards in 2017 for his song “Siempre Es Asi” featuring AJ Castillo.

Treviño has composed some of the biggest hits in Tejano music for over 10 years. He has written hit songs for Los Palominos (Me Enamore De Un Angel), La Mafia (Amor Y Sexo), Vizzio (Para Demostrarte), Siggno (Te Acostumbraste A Estar Sin Mi), Grupo Solido (Soy Libre), David Lee Garza y Los Musicales (El Privilegio) Jay Perez (Un Amigo Tendras), Elida Reyna Y Avante and Solido (Atrevete Amarme), to name just a few.

Juan Treviño — “Siempre Te Recordaré”

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