Award-winning Tejano singer Crystal Torres will celebrate the 10-year anniversary of her debut album, Corazón de Crystal, with a re-release on digital music platforms with an exclusive bonus track.
The album, originally released on January 14, 2013, and produced by 16-time GRAMMY-winning producer Gilbert Velasquez, earned Torres a Tejano Music Awards win for Best New Female Artist in 2014.
The re-release of Corazón De Crystal will be available on all digital music platforms on Jan. 27, 2023, including a bonus track “Te Daré Mi Corazón,” never before released on digital platforms.
The singer, originally from Iowa, who now makes San Antonio her home, is currently working on her sophomore album and recently released her latest single, “Dime Por Que,” channeling her Chilean roots with the cumbia produced by Tejano icon Shelly Lares.
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