Global Case Mexico announced its partnership with San Antonio native and three-time Tejano Music Award winner Destiny Navaira.
Destiny has been working on new music and her career from Monterrey, Mexico since the latter part of 2020. The partnership with Global Case originally began in 2021 and continues this year. Along with Global Case CEO Rafael Martinez, Destiny and her team hope to take the emerging singer-songwriter along with the new Tejano sound to the next level.
“As a touring musician I couldn’t be more excited to have a partnership like this one,” commented Destiny. “Global Case has been behind many class act productions and I’m so honored to have their complete support.”
Destiny performed Thursday night at the Global Case studios which live-streamed on their Facebook page. She featured her most recent singles “Me da Gusto,” written by accordionist Lalo Morales, and “Vacía” written by Mexican singer-songwriter Myrza Maldonado.
Destiny continues to break borders not only with her music but now with international partnerships. “With this partnership, the sky is the limit and I’m ready for take-off,” added Destiny.
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The award-winning singer began her career in Tejano music in 1993, after moving from New Mexico.
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