Pop star and San Antonio native Ally Brooke is a Selena superfan as she has paid tribute to the late Latin music icon while performing on Dancing With The Stars and the Miss Universe pageant in 2019, even this past year at Premios Juventud in August 2020. So, it was no surprise that the singer, who just launched her own podcast, The Ally Brooke Show, decided to dedicate Episode 3 to the “Queen of Cumbia” with Suzette Quintanilla as guest.
Suzette joined Ally from The Selena Museum in Corpus Christi, Texas, during the episode released on May 26. The pair discuss the life and legacy of Selena, the new Netflix series, and much more.
Ally sees Suzette as a big sister supporting the singer since early in her solo career. When life tests Ally, she thinks “What Would Selena Do?”
The multiplatinum-selling singer and songwriter launched her weekly podcast on May 12, which features conversations with well-known and up-and-coming musicians, comedians, actors, authors, media personalities and other notable figures.
“I’m looking forward to having fun, engaging and uplifting conversations,” said Ally Brooke, who shot to fame as a member of the pop sensation Fifth Harmony. “There’s nothing I love more than meeting people from different walks of life, and this show will allow me to share their incredible stories with my amazing fans.”
For the one-hour weekly podcast, Ally Brooke created a custom-built Los Angeles studio. The show will be available across all platforms, with an emphasis on the video element on her YouTube Channel.
Ally Brooke is working on her debut solo album, slated for a Fall 2021 release.
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After five years away from music, the San Antonio singer returns with an energetic cumbia.
The beautiful visual showcases the amazing collaboration featuring 25 Tejana voices.
The Tejano ROOTS Hall of Fame musician, songwriter, and producer passed away on September 11.