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ZEUS premieres new single and video “Mas,” a reimagining of a Mazz classic

The first Tejano hip hop artist was inspired by a Mazz classic for his new single from upcoming album.

ZEUS. El Mero Necio — “Mas”
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Are you ready for an exclusive drop? Text your fave prima and tell her to get a sitter tonight because Zeus. El Mero Necio is here with a new single from his highly-anticipated album, Tejano Revival. Exclusive to YouTube, watch the music video premiere of “Mas,” before the album release later this year!

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Directed by Mr. Han and filmed live in San Antonio, Texas, the “Mas” concert video features the new single off Tejano Revival, Zeus’s next studio album, and anticipated return to Tejano roots from Blue Mariachi Productions, owned by Grammy winner Chris Perez.

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Inspired by the classic by Mazz, “Lo Voy Hacer Por Ti,” Zeus’s piece-by-piece reimagining came together with an assist from his band and was produced by the multi-talented, multi-platinum artist Steve O Valdez.

“Growing up, my mom and stepdad were beefin’ a lot,” Zeus tells Tejano Nation. “He had two emotions: grumpy AF or carefree, with a cold Miller Lite and all his gold rings on headed to Vermillion jammin’ El Grupo Mazz. When this song came on, I knew it was safe to go outside.”

You can catch Zeus’s next live performance at Sombrero Festival, on February 24 at 8 pm. He’ll be performing your favorites along with new bangers recorded for Tejano Revival. Buy your general admission tickets now so you don’t miss the unforgettable show at SombreroFestivaltd.ticketspice.com.

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