De Anda tells Tejano Nation he’s very excited about his latest project. “Wow! This project is going to be something big, it’s going to be something huge and AB was like, ‘Come on Jaime, we’ve got to put you back where you belong,” he said.
De Anda and Quintanilla were able to collaborate on this new single after both were at a private event that De Anda was performing and Quintanilla joined him to perform a few classic hits like “Yolanda” and “Como Te Llamas Paloma.” The idea of a collaboration between the two was born.
Quintanilla shared a teaser of the song on Instagram with a caption, saying in part, “I’ve written and produced all styles of music…This is my first time producing and writing a ‘Get Down Conjunto’ song for my good friend Jaime De Anda…Hope u guys love it!”
“Vete A Volar” also features Quintanilla on bass with additional vocals from Noe “Gip James” Nieto Jr (Kumbia All Starz) and was executive produced by Julian “Jullzz” Johnson for Envy Road Entertainment.
Jaime De Anda also announced his new band Los Furiosos, which features great talent including bajo sexto player Stevie Ray Vavages, bassist Carlos Gonzales (of Los Badd Boyz del Valle), and drummer Aaron Holler, who mixed and mastered the latest single.
This is just the beginning as Jaime DeAnda and A.B. Quintanilla plan to collaborate on future projects.
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