Los Chamacos officially debut their newest video for their current single “Besos y Copas.”
“Some of the video was shot in California and I wanted to showcase that Cali vibe and add that South Texas flare to it,” said Ray Bueno, director of the video and manager of Los Chamacos.
The song is a remake of the original song from Chayito Valdez with Edward “Chato” Ordonez taking on the lead vocals for this interpretation. The group delivers in traditional “Chamacos” style and sound with emphasis of a new era.
“Besos Y Copas” is the latest single from the upcoming album Chamacos For Life, expected to be released in early 2021.
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Songwriter George Avena, Jr. says the song was about the 1993 film ‘Sleepless In Seattle.’
The 27-year-old pop star cites Selena, Shelly Lares, Emilio Navaira and Elida Reyna as early influences.
The Grammy winner released his highly-anticipated second Christian album on April 9.