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Gabriella Martinez releases the official video for catchy cumbia ‘Ay Amor’

The Florida-raised, Texas-based singer added her vision to the 'Ay Amor' music video.

Gabriella Martinez | Photo: Lisa Golden / Tejano Nation

SAN ANTONIO, TX — Emerging artist Gabriella Martinez released the official music video for “Ay Amor,” the dynamic cumbia produced by Latin GRAMMY nominee El Dusty.


The catchy cumbia was written by Cesar Morkecho, mixed and mastered by Mariano Herrera, and produced by El Dusty with GT Digital, with who Gabriella was extremely excited to collaborate and work because she had been looking for that perfect classic Tejano sound. El Dusty and Gabriella got together to work and make it happen.

The Florida-raised and Texas-based singer was able to add her concept to the “Ay Amor” music video. “I was able to put in a lot of my own visions into this project, and seeing them come to real life is still so surreal to me,” Gabriella tells Tejano Nation. “My team is amazing. Everyone came together and executed this video within hours and the outcome is incredible!”

Gabriella Martinez — “Ay Amor” (Official Music Video)
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“Ay Amor” is available to stream or download 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 in March 2022.

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