David Farias released his new album El Maestro De La Acordeón in June and had success with his lead single “Oye Chula.” Now, the Grammy winner has released the second single “Porque Quiero Enamorarme De Ti.”
The track was written by Joe Revelez, who also penned a few more songs for the debut album for Farias with Freddie Records after signing with the legendary record label in 2019. Freddie Martinez Sr also wrote a few songs for the album.
“I’m very excited to be with one of the biggest labels — the legend just celebrated 50 years,” Farias tells Tejano Nation. “Freddie Sr, (Freddie Martinez) Jr, Marc (Martinez), John (Martinez), everybody, just great guys there.”
“Just to have something new feels good, it’s been about a year and half maybe two years,” Farias said about the time between album releases.
Farias was excited to record at the famed Legends Sound Studios in Corpus Christi, Texas. “It’s like walking into a candy store or going to Disney Land,” he said. “It’s just amazing what Freddie has done through the years, besides his music throughout his career. Opening a lot of doors for us musicians and having his own studio. But just walking in there, there’s a lot of history, a lot of good vibes.”
El Maestro De La Acordeón from David Farias is available at FreddieStore.com and all major digital music platforms.
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