Destiny Navaira is the next generation of the Navaira musical legacy and found her own sound with a life-changing move to Monterrey, Mexico a few years ago. Now with a new look on life, the singer-songwriter shares details of that journey and her highly-anticipated sophomore album, Dime Como Se Siente, plus much more in an interview with The AC Cruz Podcast.
Her debut solo album, La Preferida, earned the songstress a Female Vocalist of the Year win at the 41st Tejano Music Awards in 2021 placing her in elite company with Tejano music icons like Selena, Laura Canales, Elida Reyna, Shelly Lares, and Stefani Montiel.
Destiny spoke about keeping not only her family’s legacy but the legacy of amazing female talent in the Tejano music industry going for many generations, with her own voice and legacy with her own music.
Listen to the full interview with Destiny Navaira on The AC Cruz Podcast below. Hear previous episodes and get more details at TheACCruzPodcast.com.
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