After Party is the highly-anticipated new album from Sunny Sauceda Y Todo Eso and the collection of songs is officially available on digital platforms.
The three-time GRAMMY winner tells Tejano Nation he experimented with different sounds for his latest effort. “We did a lot more experimenting this year with different sounds and different producers,” he said. “I’ve been more open these past few years t0 different producers coming in and doing stuff with us. It’s something that’s new to me, I mean I’m a music producer myself, I don’t produce for other people but for myself and what I did for (Grupo) Vida and Eddie (Gonzalez). It’s new experimental stuff and we’re excited about it and we can’t wait for people to hear it.”
The album features 10 songs, including a personal track recorded for a very significant person in his life.
“It’s called ‘Niño,’ it’s a ballad. It’s written for my son Jared, who suffers from severe epilepsy,” he said. “I started writing it when he was in the hospital, he must have been about three or four years old. He would cry, but you know my son is nonverbal so we never knew why he was crying. It starts off with, ‘Niño, ya no llores‘, so it’s one of those songs that lends itself to not only parents with children who are sick or have special needs or severe injuries but the song also lends itself to the Christian community.”
This album is Sauceda’s seventh solo production on Solstice Records along with heavyweights JJ Silva and Ulises Emmanuel of JJ Studio with Spencer Ramzel, Gilbert Velazquez, and overseeing the entire project Tony Gonzales.
After Party from Sunny Sauceda y Todo Eso is available to stream or download on all digital music platforms.
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