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‘MMXX’ album from Michael Salgado is a ‘sign of hope, happiness’ for 2020

The two-time Latin Grammy winner released an EP featuring seven tracks on May 22.

Michael Salgado shared his latest music in an EP titled MMXX, released on May 22, 2020.

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The project features seven tracks from the two-time Latin Grammy winner, including the hit songs “Si Tu Me Dejaras”, “Esa Chica Me Trae”, “Me Llaman Soñador”, along with the latest release “Vente Ya”, and a country bonus “Honky Tonk Education”.

“This album is to help shed a piece of light on my fans that are here like all of us going through this difficult time together,” Salgado tells Tejano Nation. “The music is a sign of hope, a sign of happiness, not even to just my fans but to me not being on the road and doing what I love to do for my fans and my followers.”

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“El Zurdo de Oro” is working on tour dates for the rest of 2020 and plans for a live performance to be streamed on the official Michael Salgado Facebook page on June 20, 2020.

MMXX is available now at all digital music platforms and is the follow-up to the Latin Grammy-nominated album Otras Historias released in 2017. Salgado won a Latin Grammy award for Best Tejano Album in 2016 for Por Cielo Y Tierra and a Latin Grammy for Best Norteño Album with En Vivo in 2007.

LISTEN: Michael Salgado – MMXX

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