Sweetwater, TX – Anjelique & Sweet City Band released the official music video for their latest single “Amor Traicionero.” The visual was filmed by award-winning videographer, Ryan Bazan, in Anjelique’s hometown of Sweetwater, Texas, and features a collaboration with the infamous saxophone players from Grupo Estrella, Robert “Shy Boy” Gutierrez and Stevan Ruiz.
Anjelique stated, “We wanted to pay homage to the inspiration that Grupo Estrella had on us as Tejano artists, and what better way than to feature them on our newest LP with the song ‘Amor Traicionero’.”
Ruiz commented, “Working with Anjelique & Sweet City Band on this new release was a great pleasure and lots of fun. The making of the recording, video, and working with the Sweet City Band was an honor and as always…Fun! Congratulations to Anjelique & Sweet City Band, wishing them all the best.”
Gutierrez added, “We instantly knew and agreed that ‘Amor Traicionero’ was going to be a hit when we heard the big intro, the driving bass line, the rhythmic drums. Recording the video was the icing on the cake! Thank you to Anjelique & Sweet City Band for a great experience and their professionalism.”
“Amor Traicionero” was written by Esteven Cerda, accordionist for the Sweet City Band and Steve Lujan. The song was produced by Jimmy Garcia, drummer for Sweet City Band, and is the latest release from the two-time Tejano Music Awards winner’s latest LP album Sweet City Style, which is available on all digital music platforms, as well as her official website anjeliquemusic.com.
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