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‘Encanto’ actress Adassa drops catchy cumbia ‘Flor de Lis’

The singer and actress released her latest single produced by her husband, Gabriel Candiani.

Courtesy of CHR Records

It has been said that all good things eventually come full circle. This is the case for singer, songwriter, and actress Adassa. This Miami-born Afro-Latin Colombian singer refers to Texas as the place where it all started. From humble beginnings in Houston, Texas, to international venues around the world, Adassa and her award-winning husband, Gabriel Candiani, now firmly establish their Tejano/International fusion with this brand new CHR Records single entitled “Flor De Lis.”

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This catchy cumbia was composed by Candiani and beautifully performed by the amazing talents of Adassa. She along with her husband have an extensive history that runs deep in the Tejano music circuit. Candiani has scored some award-winning productions with Grupo Fama, Elida Y Avante, Juan P. Moreno, and others.

Adassa has performed and toured in the international market, collaborating with such artists as Daddy Yankee, Pitbull, Snoop Dogg, Enrique Iglesias, and others.

The previous year of 2021 was an exciting one for this power couple as Adassa was sought out by Walt Disney Productions to co-star in the major motion picture “Encanto”. The Disney animated film premiered in theaters on Thanksgiving weekend 2021 in the US and stayed in the #1 spot for weeks. She voiced the character of “Dolores” and was a part of the chart-topping song “We Don’t Talk About Bruno.”

“Flor de Lis” from Adassa is available now to stream or download on all digital platforms.

Adassa — “Flor de Lis”
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