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La Calma debuts atop iTunes Regional Mexican Songs chart with ‘Yo Quiero De Ti’

The lead single from the group's upcoming album topped the iTunes song chart.

La Calma debuted atop the iTunes Regional Mexican Songs chart with the release of their new single “Yo Quiero De Ti,” the lead single from their forthcoming album.

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The group knew that had something special when the song came together in 10 minutes. “We came up with the music, everything,” said La Calma frontman Leo Correa in an interview with Tejano Nation radio affiliate KLMO 98.9 FM in San Antonio, Texas. “We can tell if it’s going to be a hit. If you have a good structure and it sounds amazing and it’s just the structure, then you already know…It was just an amazing song.”

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The song was co-written by Gerardo “Jerry” Alvarez and Miguel A. Lopez featuring production from Eddie Perez of La Calma along with Richard Rosales of Grupo Siggno.

The production collaboration is a reunion as Rosales engineered La Calma’s debut album Ya Llego released in 2009.

Now, the San Antonio, Texas based band plans to build on the success of their hit collaboration “Echame La Culpa” with Stefani Montiel with their latest single “Yo Quiero de Ti” that is available at your favorite digital music platforms.

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