“This was truly a dream of mine,” commented Destiny. “Bronco is one of my favorite groups and now to have a song with Jose is something incredible to me.”
The song written by the songstress is one of a classic break-up story, with melodies and arrangements that represent both family dynasties, Los Navaira y Los Esparza.
“The recording process was such an experience. We’re connected not only through what we’re doing to continue our families’ legacies but also through my producer Alfonso “Ponchó” Herrera who has put his whole heart into my project,” said Destiny.
The video was shot in Monterrey, Mexico under the direction of Bones Lopez and Rigo Navaira. “Everything we’re doing is coming from our hearts,” said Destiny. “I’ve been so very blessed, but it’s also been so much hard work. To see the release of this video and song makes it all worth it.”
“Yo Te Daba Todo” is available on all digital platforms and the official video on Destiny’s YouTube Channel. Destiny’s album Dime Como Se Siente will be released on April 22, 2022.
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