SAN ANTONIO, TX — Popular content creators “Bean & Chisme” released their annual song and video titled “Bad Moms Fiesta” as the city of San Antonio kicked off the 2022 Fiesta Season with the video at over 100k views already on Facebook alone.
Bean & Chisme co-creator Samantha Najera, who co-wrote and co-directed the song and music video, says the content creators collective created the song for moms because moms are more exhausted than ever and they deserve a great night out-especially during Fiesta!
Najera commented, “Every Mom has been cooped up over the past couple of years. Some of us just survive day to day to keep our lives afloat, especially for our kids. Now that Fiesta is back into the full swing of things, we were excited to write a special song that will inspire and hopefully bring lots of laughs to those deserving Moms. We know the power of laughter and want everyone to enjoy it and have a good time dancing to it.”
Estrada, also a mom of two, is featured as a rapper on the song and brings the special comedic touch everyone expects from “Bean & Chisme” each year.
“The Bean and Chisme Fiesta songs are something people are starting to look forward to, it’s almost become a Fiesta tradition,” explained Estrada. “It’s been a great honor working with Nina and Sam on this project and I can’t wait for everyone to hear it.”
The song premiered last Thursday on 104.5 Latino Hits, and the music video premiered at their Fiesta Kick-Off party, at San Antonio’s downtown venue, Smoke BBQ + SkyBar.
The music video features San Antonio TikTok star AJ Rivas, and Natasha Gonzales, also known as Norteno 210, who was recently voted Best Influencer by San Antonio Magazine.
“Bad Moms Fiesta” is available for purchase across all digital music platforms.
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