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‘Que Daría’ is highly-anticipated debut single for Gary Hobbs with Freddie Records

The mid-tempo Tejano cumbia is the debut single for the singer with the legendary record label.

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“Que Daría,” the highly-anticipated new single from Tejano music superstar Gary Hobbs is coming! This will be the debut release for the singer on Freddie Records and the lead single from his long-awaited new album Sin Fin, the legendary record label announced.


“Que Daría” was written by Hobbs with production by keyboardist extraordinaire Hector Gutierrez and tracked at the famous Legends Sound Studios in Corpus Christi, Texas. Executive producers are Tejano music icon and six-time Latin Grammy Awards winner Freddie Martinez Sr, along with The Martinez Brothers (Freddie Martinez Jr, John Martinez, and Marc Martinez). The track was engineered by Eli Molina with mix and mastering by Mariano Herrera.

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“Que Daría” is a mid-tempo Tejano cumbia with a hooky sing-along chorus and an inspiring vocal performance by Hobbs. The song features outstanding production with layered brass and keyboards, smooth accordion fills, and a solid rhythm section from Hobbs’ band, and handpicked studio pros.

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The official music video for “Que Daría” will make its world premiere this month on the Freddie Records YouTube channel and the album, Sin Fin, is scheduled for release in late December.

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