Emilio Navaira is synonymous with Tejano music. His music, life, and legacy are remembered by Tejano fans across the world, and it continues to grow even after his unexpected death from a heart attack on May 16, 2016.
Selena Quintanilla-Perez is known by many as the Queen of Tejano, and an argument can be made for Emilio Navaira as the King. He brought Tejano music to the mainstream during the 1990s along with Selena. He even crossed over, garnering country music success, following the late great Freddy Fender.
Tejano Nation remembers “El Rey de Rodeo” with 10 iconic songs from Emilio that demonstrate his exceptional authority of Tejano and mainstream Country music.
“Como Le Haré?”
“La Rama del Mesquite”
“Lucero De Mi Alma”
“It’s Not the End of the World”
“Naciste Para Mi”
“Ya No Me Pones Atencion”
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