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New single from Angélica is on the way as she announces new band Moneda

The new single from the current Tejano Music Awards Best New Female Artist winner is scheduled to drop on Feb. 14.

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SAN ANTONIO, TX — Rising Tejano star Angélica Alcoser, who recently received Best New Female Artist at the 42nd Annual Tejano Music Awards, announces an upcoming new single to be released on February 14, 2023.

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The new single was produced in Corpus Christi, Texas, by Grammy Award winner Lorenzo Banda of Rokkore Studio and co-produced by Grammy Award winner and accordion player Tweet Juarez.  The song highlights Angélica’s powerful vocals with a unique accordion sound.

Angélica tells Tejano Nation, “There’s a story about how we came across this new song and how we met the songwriter but there will be more about that on the release date.”

RELATED: Angélica Alcoser: From ‘Accidental Project’ to Award-Winning Rising Tejano Star

Along with new music comes the introduction of Grupo Moneda, which will feature Angelica as lead singer and Juarez on the accordion. Angélica stated, “This is a new year and we are ready to perform.” This includes the annual Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair, scheduled for March 16-19, 2023 in San Antonio, Texas, where Angelica will be presented with her TTMA Best New Female Artist award.  

Stay up to date with Angélica Alcoser and Grupo Moneda and any upcoming events make sure to follow her on all social media platforms.

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