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Devin Banda tune featured on episode of ‘Roswell, New Mexico’

"Un Poquito Mas," the bilingual hit cumbia from Devin Banda, was featured in an episode of the CW science fiction drama series on Aug. 16

A song recorded by Tejano singer Devin Banda was featured on an episode of the CW television series Roswell, New Mexico. “Un Poquito Mas” was featured in a dance scene of Episode 4 for Season 3, “Walk On The Ocean,” of the science fiction drama that aired on Aug. 16.

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The bilingual cumbia was featured in a scene described as “Liz and Heath dance together as a way for Heath to let Liz attempt to allow someone else to take the lead for once.” The full episode can be seen at theCW.com.

“Un Poquito Mas” is an original song from Banda’s debut album Unstoppable and was written and recorded in Houston, Texas by Laura Jane, who has worked with legends like Enrique Iglesias, Joe Cocker, Aerosmith, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kelly Clarkson, and The Black Eyed Peas. It was produced by Latin Grammy winners Manuel “Papayo” Corao and Leonardo Brooks of worldwide superstar rapper Pitbull’s camp and label, and songwriter Jacin Nagao (Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin). Together this super team wrote and produced a new bilingual crossover hit for Banda.

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Banda is currently working on her sophomore album and recently recorded music with the cumbia supergroup Kingz 1.

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