Latin GRAMMY Award winner Juan Treviño returns with a new single and music video honoring one of the greats. “Perdedor” is his cover rendition of one of his favorite songs from his friend and colleague, award-winning songwriter Marco Antonio Perez, and originally recorded by two-time GRAMMY-winning group Intocable.
“I want to record some of the songs that other artists have done of mine but more my style with just a piano or bajo quinto or just guitars,” Treviño tells Tejano Nation. “That was the idea behind this song (Perdedor) but I was hanging around with the songwriter, Marco Perez, not too long ago and that’s one of my favorite songs and I always tell him that and I said, ‘You know, I’m just going to record it just for me.’ It just came out so good that I decided to release it as like the introduction to the album.”
The singer and songwriter plans for his next album to feature covers of his previously recorded songs with recently recorded acoustic sessions.
“Yeah, that’s what we’re going to call it, ‘Acoustic Sessions’. We’re going to do volume one first because it’s going to be like an EP and the reason while I’m doing it too is that every time I post a video on social media, people really like the slow versions of the songs,” said Treviño. “When I write the songs, I think they’re perfect for me right, of course, the artists have to do it their own style so it’ll be nice to give some of the ideas that I had when I wrote them.”
The EP is planned for release in the spring of 2022. “Perdedor” from Juan Treviño is available to stream or download on all digital music platforms.
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