Andie Bustamante is one of many emerging singers in the Tejano industry. The singer from Zapata, Texas, released her latest single “Yo No Sé Mañana” on November 1.
This upbeat cumbia was produced by Mateo Lopez, also known as Dedos Musiq. The song is Andie’s first cover and is a cumbia fused with a Latin/reggae/pop sound that will get you grooving right away. Combined with Andie’s fresh new voice, this song is sure to connect with listeners and will get them dancing on the cover of the 2017 hit song by Mexican singer Christian Nodal.
“I’m really excited about this song. I decided to explore a different route and I am pleased with the outcome,” Andie tells Tejano Nation. “Matt and I worked really hard. I absolutely love how he produced the song and I appreciate the time he put into it. I hope the people enjoy it as well.”
“Yo No Sé Mañana” is now available on all digital platforms.
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