Daniella Ramirez is an emerging artist in the Tejano music scene and the Rio Grande Valley singer premiered the official music video for her latest single release with MAR Records, “No Sabes De Mujeres.”
This mariachi balzeada tells the story of a woman’s frustration with a man to whom she has given everything, but he only shows to be a player. She in turn puts him in his place. The song was written by Marina Morales and Marissa Silva, and produced by Jerry Alvarez.
Daniella, who previously went by the name Kamryn, is an award-winning mariachi vocalist and as a sophomore in high school became Grand Champion for the Mariachi Vargas Extravaganza vocal competition in 2015. She performed at the Hollywood Bowl at Mariachi USA with McHi Mariachi Oro in 2016 and 2017. The following year, she received first place/overall grand champion at the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley FESTIBA Vocal competition.
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