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Gary Hobbs shares details on highly-anticipated debut album with Freddie Records

'El Borrado del Eagle Pass' chats about what fans can expect from his first album with the legendary record label.

Gary Hobbs visit La Voz 93.3 FM in Abilene, Texas. | Courtesy photo

Gary Hobbs signed with Freddie Records earlier this year and the Tejano icon is ready to release his highly-anticipated debut album with the legendary record label. “El Borrado del Eagle Pass” shared details on the album and much more in an interview with Tejano Nation radio affiliate La Voz 93.3 FM in Abilene, Texas.

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The singer mentioned he wrote six to seven songs for the album which contains 12 tracks and will feature his signature sound.

“But music is always changing, something that we have been putting down on the last CD, and into this one, our cumbias are very Gary Hobbish slash maybe Reggaeton lite and that’s sounding really well for us,” said Hobbs. “I’m liking it so much. We have a couple of cumbias like that, of course, we have our Tejano stuff…we’re pumped.”

Listen to the full interview below:

Gary Hobbs Interview with Ro-Z on La Voz 93.3 FM

No release date for the album was announced but the album’s lead single is expected soon. The most recent album from Hobbs, Lo Que Amo, was released in 2019.

Gary Hobbs began his career in Tejano music in 1983 and over the years he has released some of the most memorable songs in Tejano music including “Las Miradas”, “Amame y Bésame”, “Te Vas A Acordar” and “Por Favor Corazón” to name just a few. His history of hit records, gold and platinum awards, industry achievements, humanitarian contributions, and hard work is legendary.

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