Javi Guerra releases “Reina, Reina,” the latest cumbia from his debut album Un Nuevo Comienzo.
Guerra has always had a love for music and for performing on stage.
Throughout elementary and high school, he began taking guitar lessons and he also participated in choir. During that time, he performed at weddings, quinceaneras, festivals, talent-shows, church, and other social events.
At the age of 18, Guerra began performing professionally as a guitar player and
backup vocalist. He formed his own band, Javi Guerra Y Grupo Tequila, at the age of 21.
Guerra’s album, Un Nuevo Comienzo, is full of electrifying energy and spirit because it was made and produced with dedication, love, and determination. In addition, it embraces a variety of music influences, and styles.
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