Magali Delarosa is set to drop her highly-anticipated fourth album in April, but until then the Rio Grande Valley singer is keeping busy with the launch of her own “Bésame Mucho” lip gloss line and gracing the cover of Spotify’s New Tejano playlist released this week.
“Yes! I’m so excited, it’s officially out. I’ve already sold a bunch of the kits,” Magali tells Tejano Nation.
The cosmetic line is available at Magali’s Etsy store, where the singer also sells clothing from her own fashion line. The kit, priced at $26.00, includes three shades of gloss, one mink lash and and an autographed mini photo.
“I developed it with the inspiration of my fans,” she said. “I would always get questions about, ‘Oh, I like your lip color,’ you know, ‘Do a tutorial,’ ‘What is the shade your wearing?’ I was like, you know what, we’re just going to put out a lip gloss line with the same colors that I wear pretty often for my performances and videos. It’s for them (fans) and I hope they enjoy it.”
Magali plans to release a special lip gloss color to coincide with the release of her fourth album, Corazon Rebelde, named after the album’s title with a special rhinestone lip gloss container.
The two-time Tejano Music Awards nominee for Best New Female Artist is featured on the cover of the New Tejano playlist on Spotify, curated by Tejano Nation, showcasing her latest single “Cántame Esa Canción,” a mariachi ballad from her upcoming album scheduled for release on April 5.
“That was incredible, I still can’t believe it,” said Magali. ” I’m very grateful to Tejano Nation.”
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