Laura Linda premiered her new single “Yo No Soy De Nadie” along with the official music video on March 6.
The upbeat cumbia is produced by Brando Mireles and Manuel Garza and is the follow-up to “Quitame Ese Hombre” released in 2019 when Laura Linda made her return to the Tejano music scene. She is currently recording her fourth album.
The visual was produced by Sal Gomez of New Mexico-based Gomez Productions and filmed in Dallas, Texas.
After successfully touring in the Country music industry for three years, where she incorporated Tejano music into her performances, it was then Laura Linda realized her desire to crossover and pursue a career in the Tejano industry. She released her debut album Sufro Por Ti in the ’90s.
“Yo No Soy de Nadie” is available at all digital music platforms via Diamond Records.
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