Now, the 14-year-old singer and accordionist released the official music video for his version of “Celoso,” a song originally recorded by Grupo Toppaz in the 1980s. Tristan and his 13-year-old brother Dylan Ramos, who plays bajo with his older brother, took to social media to give fans an update on the new video and upcoming sophomore album.
“Make sure you check out the brand new video for ‘Celoso’. We recorded that in Corpus Christi. It’s a beautiful place,” the duo said. “Be on the lookout for our brand new album. It’s still in the making but we’re going to try and get it out by April 2021.”
The visual was filmed in Corpus Christi, Texas, and was directed by Chris Dominguez of BOT GFX.
Both brothers have recently been endorsed by Cantabella, the company that produces high-quality accordions and bajo quinto guitars.
The highly-anticipated sophomore album from Tristan Ramos is scheduled to be released in April.
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