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Yvonne Y Fuego drop summer party track ‘Baila’ with official music video

The group from Toledo, Ohio drops the perfect cumbia for your summertime playlist.

Yvonne Y Fuego has returned with a new cumbia featuring a summertime vibe. The midwest-based band features lead singer Yvonne Ramos-Ybarra, who won Best New Female Artist at the Tejano Music Awards in 2015.

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The song was written by David L Garza and produced by Rolando Revilla of Revilla Productions.

“We wanted to have a summer song and made it happen,” Yvonne tells Tejano Nation. “We wanted something that you could vibe with if you were just sitting in the dark wanting to wind down but then we also wanted something that could start the party. I just feel that this song is that song for us and I couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out.”

Yvonne Y Fuego dropped the official music video for their summertime hit and the visual showcases that summer backyard party vibe.

Yvonne Y Fuego — “Baila” Official Music Video
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A new EP from Yvonne Y Fuego is expected later this year. The group will be a part of a three-day Cantame Music Fest in Maumee, Ohio, performing on Friday, August 5, and Saturday, August 6 with Destiny Navaira. More information at cantamefest.com.

Yvonne added, “Tejano music is like booming I just see new things from all over and it’s just such an amazing time to be part of that, just creating and bringing something new to the table so I’m super stoked about what we have coming up.”

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