ALBUQUERQUE, NM — Esmeralda Sanchez of the New Mexico-based vocal duo Gilbert y Esmeralda has released her latest solo single, “Quiero Que Sepas.”
“Quiero Que Sepas” is Esmeralda’s follow-up single to her powerhouse song, “Mi Tierra”, which was released earlier this year. “Quiero Que Sepas” has claimed the number one spot on Albuquerque’s Q102 for three consecutive weeks.
“I’m so happy with how the song turned out. It has both a New Mexican and Tex-Mex sound,” said Esmeralda.
“Quiero Que Sepas” was recorded and produced at Fuego Records in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is available to stream or download on all digital music platforms.
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