San Antonio, TX – Since he was a young, Three-time GRAMMY winner Sunny Sauceda has been bringing the party to Tejano music fans with his high-energy performances. Sunny Sauceda Y Todo Eso now invites you to the “After Party” with the release of the official music video for the title track from the San Antonio group’s latest album.
The Tex-Mex reimagining of the song by Latin rock band Ozomatli was the idea of Vickie Sauceda, President of Solstice Records, and was recorded by Sunny Sauceda Y Todo Eso with multiple Grammy-winning producer Gilbert Velasquez when the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic began to loosen a few restrictions. The song includes background vocals from Latin GRAMMY winner Rebecca Valadez and a rap written by the band’s guitarist Americo Garcia.
“People were unmasking and we were kind of liking the idea of having an after-party after COVID and that was the song that we had heard,” says Sauceda. “We wanted to do a Tex-Mex twist to that song, we added our own flare to it. We rewrote the rap part of the song to kind of fit the Sunny Sauceda agenda, so to say. It’s a fun song. It’s an English song, which is something that I’ve never released.”
The song pays homage to old school Chicano R&B love songs of boy meets girl and this version has an upbeat, summer party vibe.
The visual for “After Party” was filmed by Christian Moller at Smoke BBQ + Skybar in San Antonio, Texas, last summer and features a great after-party vibe.
“We’ve been kind of doing that sporadic little pop-up after parties after every show,” added Sauceda. “Whenever we’re in your town we’re going to be having our own after-parties after the show so we can meet people and chill.”
The After Party album from Sunny Sauceda Y Todo Eso is available to stream or download on all digital music platforms.
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