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Mia continues to grow with new cumbia “Acercate”

The youngest ever Tejano Music Award winner explores future with education and collaborations.

Courtesy of AIM Records

Austin, TX — “Acercate” is the new cumbia from rising star Mia Garcia. The teen musician from Austin, who made international headlines as the youngest person to ever win a Tejano Music Award, has continued to grow and make music during the pandemic with her first single since August of last year and has several exciting projects on the horizon.

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“Acercate” is an original song written by Javier José Carmona Oronel and arranged and produced by AIM Records with cumbia inspiration from Gabriel Zavala. The cumbia is a high-energy composition perfectly complimenting Mia’s ever-maturing vocals, featuring horns and a sprinkling of accordion from Grammy Award winner Sunny Sauceda

Recently, Mia was invited to work with the legendary Abraham Quintanilla. On a recent trip to Corpus Christi, Mia had the privilege to record and sit down with Abraham and Brian “Red” Moore to talk about music and everything Selena

Personally, Mia is exploring exciting educational opportunities with a full-ride scholarship to the No. 1 private high school in Texas, after being accepted into four schools of her choice. She also recently trained with Olympians as well from the Trampoline team for Tokyo 2020 to further her athletic career in Tumbling and Trampoline.

“Acercate” will be available on all digital platforms on August 20, 2021, and will be included in an upcoming EP release. 

Keep up with Mia on Facebook and Instagram. For more information, contact Chris Garcia at (512) 799-0115.

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