Grupo Solido has returned with a new album, Incomparable, it’s the Grammy-winning group’s first album in five years.
“It’s just a mixture of a whole bunch of stuff — we experimented a little bit but we didn’t shy away from the classic Solido sound,” the group’s co-leader Rolando Benavides tells Tejano Nation.
The album is the first from the four-time Latin GRAMMY-winning group since the release of No Me Vuelvas A Besar Asi in 2016
“It’s crazy that it’s been five years,” said Benavides. “It’s just been really busy on the road. Our last album did really good for us and during that time whenever we had down time we would record and then COVID happened so we actually took that time to finish off the album at our studio.”
Incomparable is the first album released from Solido with new record label Good-i Music, the label owned by multiple Grammy-winning group Intocable. The album already boasts many hit songs including “Todavia No Sabe,” “Imaginate,” “Fuego Y Cenizas,” and “Antidoto Y Veneno.” Solido’s latest single is “De Besitos.”
“Basically we were looking for something happy with so many sad things going on in the world right now,” Benavides says of their latest single. “‘De Besitos’ is basically you’re talking to your girlfriend, wife, whatever and just telling them how much you love her and you want to kiss her and it kind of goes a little bit into detail.”
Incomparable is available at all digital music platforms from Good-i Music.
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