Newcomer Krystal Diaz released her third solo single “Adios Hasta Nunca” along with the official music video on Jan. 10.
The visual for “Adios Hasta Nunca” was directed by Ryan Bazan Films in the beautiful town of Pleasanton, Texas. The filming location was very special to Diaz as she is the fifth generation to her family’s ranch at the birthplace of the cowboys.
Diaz is a vivacious former Miss San Antonio that first made her debut to the music scene in 2018. Her first single entitled “La Reina Del Baile” was a summer hit produced by multi-Grammy award winner Gilbert Velasquez.
Diaz began her artistic journey over 25 years ago as a dancer and has performed on stages throughout the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean. As a trailblazer of the performing arts, Krystal founded award-winning Danzavida De San Antonio Dance Company in 2008, where she is the Artistic Director and offers a dance education to dancers of all ages.
Being a multi-talented artist she has successfully crossed over to recording and writing her own music. This has been a dream turn reality. Coming from an artistic musical family, she has a love for all music, especially Tejano and Latin music and loves to incorporate her dance in her music videos. Short filming allows her to express her creativity and animation captivating her viewers.
After a few years of presenting so many elite Tejano artists with the official Tejano Music Award trophy as a TTMA trophy model, she soon was convinced she wanted to become a recording artist herself.
The San Antonio, Texas-based singer is currently working on her debut album that will release songs showcasing an array of musical styles and the diversity of different genres of music. Her current music is available at all digital music platforms, social media sites and on her YouTube channel.
As a performer, you will also see her perform live throughout Texas at many events and festivals both singing and dancing.
She is an avid trendsetter and takes pride in perfecting her craft both on and off stage and describes her musical journey as epic as she incorporates both song and dance in her performances.
Film making is her absolute favorite as it allows her to have an expressive outlet to help bring her music to life.
Being a role model to many young girls she mentors, the message is simple, “With passion and hard work you can achieve all your dreams.”
She feels blessed beyond measure to work with and know incredible individuals that support her music.
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