Kate Kristol is a singer-songwriter from Texas, who at just 17 years old, has already shown maturity both on and off the stage.
Her evolution as an artist has led to her popularity with a mostly young audience.
Influenced since she was a child by Tejano music, she decided to return to her roots with the help of her producer Elías Medina with “Repruébame,” a catchy melody to a cumbia rhythm with a Tejano touch showcasing pleasing vocals from the McAllen native.
“This song arose from real events, it’s something that happened to me, I had a crush on my teacher, and months later he introduced me to his husband, after a while, I told my producer Elías Medina about this and that’s how we wrote the song,” says Kristol.
Kate Kristol is very excited about this new stage in her career, which began at the age of 4 and since then has helped her breakthrough in the Regional Mexican genre.
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The award-winning singer began her career in Tejano music in 1993, after moving from New Mexico.
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