Genyva has returned with the official music video for her latest single, “Como Te Atreves,” and share details on an upcoming collaboration featuring female singers en la Onda Tejana.
The talented vocalist from the Rio Grande Valley tells Tejano Nation the ballad, composed by Luis Padilla, focuses on the broken-hearted.
“I’m excited for this new single, this song has been in the works for about four years now,” she said. “It is a song that I feel would be able to give comfort to the broken-hearted. If you listen to the lyrics, it’s a very moving song and I like to pick songs that console people and motivate them to love themselves and leave that situation and I think that this song does that.”
The beautiful visual for the powerful ballad was filmed by Ryan Bazan and directed Genyva recorded inside a vintage store in Weslaco, Texas.
Genyva is planning a special project that will feature a song with 25 talented female vocalists including herself.
“I’m recording a Christian album,” said Genyva. “The song is going to be able to bring unity amongst women en la Onda Tejana. Like an inspirational, motivational song, not only for women but just to show unity amongst Tejanas.”
The collaboration will feature Tejano veterans like Shelly Lares, Stephanie Lynn, Patsy Torres, and Rebecca Valadez, along with rising stars Destiny Navaira and Crystal Torres, with more to be announced.
Genyva plans for a Tejano album and Christian album to be released before the end of the year.
The 2009 Tejano Music Awards Best New Female nominee made a comeback with the release of her last album Mujer De Palabra in June 2016. The singer spent five years away from music battling cancer and injuries suffered in an auto accident.
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