The three-time Tejano Music Awards winner released his Estamos Unidos album on Dec. 25, his third solo album and first with his new record label.
The meaning behind the album’s title is from the difficult year endured due to the pandemic. “It’s all about the year, the separation, the politics – we’re just in a world that is just unprecedented,” Stevie D told Tejano Nation in a recent interview. “The country felt like it was separated but really we’re one world and really need to be together on this and we need to act responsibly.”
“Irremediable” features an irresistibly catchy melody and a sing-along chorus that will immediately have Tejano fans on the dance floor with solid production and incredible musicianship.
“This is a ranchera Tejana, it’s really truly a classic Tejano song,” added Stevie D. “The type of song that’s gonna get you on your feet. It’s gonna get you immediately looking for the dance floor and I think we knocked it out of the park with this one.”
The visual was filmed on beautiful Lake Travis in scenic Austin, Texas, and directed by Stevie D along with Estevan Gonzalez of NX LVL Media, which produced the music video.
Follow Tejano Nation on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and subscribe to our YouTube channel to keep up with everything Tejano. Listen to new Tejano music first with our playlists on Spotify and podcast on iHeartRadio.
Tejano Conjunto Festival celebrates 40th anniversary with live music, film festival + more in San Antonio on May 16-22
The first and longest running Conjunto music festival in the country returns with a week long schedule of events.
Naomi Judd’s Family Controls Their Narrative by Public Disclosure Despite Heartbreak
Black Rifle Coffee Company to produce ‘Hey Baby Que Paso’ video for Tejano rapper ZEUS. El Mero Necio