Preseas, the new album by composer Juan Treviño, is part of a collection of songs that some artists have already recorded for him but now are performed by himself. On this occasion, the Latin GRAMMY winner recorded these songs in a more intimate style with the vision he had when these songs were born.
With a totally acoustic concept, the singer-songwriter feels that listeners will identify a little more with the lyrics. He decided to call this production Preseas because these songs are part of his life, something very important that was born from his soul and they are something very valuable and at the same time priceless.
“The truth is, I am super proud of this production,” commented Treviño on his new release. “For me, it is something new and fresh, without a doubt it is one of my favorite productions.”
Treviño has written many hit songs for some of the biggest names in Tejano music including Elida Reyna Y Avante, Jay Perez, David Lee Garza Y Los Musicales, and Siggno, to name just a few. Most of which are romantic love songs.
“I’m a romantic at heart so I love ballads and just listen to singer-songwriter’s music,” said Treviño. “I’m always listening to different styles and genres and I guess it shows up on my music and this is the outcome. It’s just a fresh sound for me.”
The new album, Preseas, from Juan Treviño is available to stream or download on all digital music platforms here.
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