Castillo tells Tejano Nation releasing new music is in the plans over the next few months. “I’m going to be coming out with a lot of new music for 2021,” he said. “I’m excited about it. 2020 has been a tough year but I just released ‘Sedúceme’ and I had a special guest — Chris Perez on guitar — so you might hear some familiar sounds of Chris Perez.”
“Sedúceme” was produced by Robert Gomez, who has also previously worked with Perez on other projects. The reggaeton-fused cumbia is the lead single from Castillo’s upcoming album that expected to be released in 2021.
“I’m excited about the single,” added Castillo. “It’s a different vibe, you know, it’s a cumbia but it’s definitely more of a today version of what’s happening. It’s more of a reggaeton international feel but with my cumbia vibe as well.”
“Sedúceme” is available at your favorite digital music platform.
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