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Yoanna Divaluna adds her Tejano style to ‘A Que No Le Cuentas’

The Premios Tejano Mundial nominee stamped her own style on the song produced by GRAMMY winner Manuel Herrera.

Yoanna Divaluna (AKA Yoanna Martínez) released the latest single from her debut album, Divaluna. The singer from Monterrey, Mexico put her own Tejano style on the song recorded by other powerhouse singers including Jenni Rivera.

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“A Que No Le Cuentas” was composed by Alejandro Vezzani and produced by GRAMMY winner Manuel Herrera at the People’s Room Studios in Monterrey, Mexico, with a spectacular classic Tejano sound and promises to reach the top of the charts.

Martinez knows how to satisfy the taste of her followers because both her album and songs offer a perfect balance between Tejano and cumbias, managing to always keep the dance floor full. For this reason she has become the darling of music fans garnering a nomination for Female Entertainer of the Year at Premios Tejano Mundial 2022 earlier this year.

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In addition to having the direct connection to fans enjoying this song via social media, the beautiful vocalist receives constant messages from fans sharing why they prefer this song as identifying with the experience of the story.

Without a doubt, this year will continue to be one of many blessings for Yoanna Divaluna.

“A Que No Le Cuentas” is available on all digital platforms.

Yoanna Martinez (Divaluna) — “A Que No Le Cuentas”
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