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Gabriella drops teaser of El Dusty-produced ‘Ay Amor’ cumbia

The singer teamed with the Latin Grammy-nominated producer for the lead single from upcoming album.

Gabriella Martinez | Instagram

SAN ANTONIO, TX — Emerging artist Gabriella dropped a teaser of her highly-anticipated cumbia “Ay Amor, produced by Latin GRAMMY nominee El Dusty.


The young Tejano singer, who was raised in Florida but now calls Texas home, offered up the teaser via social media, commenting, “So excited to announce the release of my new single, ‘Ay Amor’ dropping NOVEMBER 4th. Y’all better get ready!! Thank you for all of the support, we got a long way to go!!”

The dynamic cumbia was written by Cesar Morkecho, mixed and mastered by Mariano Herrera, and produced by El Dusty with GT Digital.

Gabriella is extremely excited to collaborate and work with GT Digital where she had been looking for that perfect sound that needed a return to Tejano. El Dusty and Gabriella got together to work and make this happen.

Gabriella says the song “is very catchy” and she absolutely just loves it. She is super excited about the release of her new single and said that this song will definitely captivate you.

“Ay Amor” is scheduled to be released on November 4, 2022, and will be available to stream on all digital platforms. It’s the lead single from Gabriella’s highly-anticipated sophomore album scheduled for release in 2023, the follow-up to her debut EP, Soy Gabriella, released earlier this year.

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