Papi Chulos are the newest band to hit the Tejano music scene. The San Antonio-based group has released their debut single “Lo Siento,” an uptempo track that features Tejano and Conjunto flavors with a keyboard vibe that is a perfect song for anyone who has ever had a disagreement and wanted to apologize for their wrongdoing.
Papi Chulos bandleader Erick Pastrano, also known as “Papi” and producer of the track, tells Tejano Nation he wanted the tune to have a universal message.
“I wanted to make it universal to where it relates to — maybe you’re getting upset at your brother, or maybe sisters are fighting against each other, or even a person that you love and you feel bad because you know you did wrong or regardless of the situation, you’re just like, okay, I’m going to eat it up and just say I’m sorry,” he said.
“Lo Siento” from Papi Chulos is available to stream or download on all digital music platforms.
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