“Pa’ Mi Todita” is a love song that reminds you of the beautiful girl you fell in love with. The song is written by the talented Ulises Emmanuel and Charly Castellanos and arranged by JJ Silva. Emmanuel and Silva, from San Luis Potosí, Mexico, also wrote and arranged the previous smash hit from Sauceda, “Solo es Ella,” released in February 2020.
“Ulises is a poet and is a master of the word,” says Sauceda. “This song stands out above the fray because of its poetic prowess. It wasn’t meant to happen that way but with the influences that Y Todo Eso brings shined a light on their subconscious roots.”
This song also brings a bit of nostalgia and has that certain flavor reminiscent of Sauceda’s days as musical director during his final production on the Electric Cowboys album.
Not only is the two-time Grammy winner releasing the single but he is simultaneously releasing the official music video. Filmed by Ryan Bazan and directed by Vickie Sauceda, the video is romantic, funny, and touches the heart. It follows a romance between a beautiful young woman, portrayed by Tejano360 host Andrea Gonzales, and a brave military man, characterized by a real-life hero SSgt. Hector Jaramillo. Filmed along San Antonio’s historic Riverwalk and VFW Post 76, it’s a small salute and token of appreciation to all our military personnel.
“When people hear the song I want them to hear the dynamic vocals, the powerful drums, the solid bass lines with touches of accordion on it,” says Sauceda. “It’s a new facility and a new engineer for a new sound that Tejano has never heard before.”
The song was ecorded at Blackbuck Recording Haus with Spencer Ramzel along with advisor super-producer Tony Gonzales.
“Pa’ Mi Todita” is available on all digital platforms.
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