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Stefani Montiel is one of the most versatile and talented artists in the Tejano music scene. She has been singing since she was five years old and has released many successful albums in her career. Her latest project, “Mis Favoritas, Vol. 1”, is a collection of covers of some of her favorite iconic Tejano songs.
One of the tracks on the album is “Yo Quiero Ser”, a song originally recorded by La Mafia, the legendary Tejano supergroup from Houston, Texas. The song was written by Gerardo Olvera Cavazos and released in 1986 as part of La Mafia’s album “Entre Tú y Yo”. The song is a heartfelt plea for love and happiness, expressing the desire to find someone to share life with.
The performance video for “Yo Quiero Ser” was directed and filmed by Gabriel Zavala, who also produced the song along with Ramon Gonzalez Mora. The video shows Stefani Montiel performing the song in a cozy stage setting.
Stefani Montiel’s “Yo Quiero Ser” is a beautiful tribute to one of the most beloved songs in the history of Tejano music. It showcases her amazing vocal skills and her ability to adapt to different musical styles. The song is a perfect example of how Tejano music can evolve and innovate while staying true to its roots.
You can watch the music video for “Yo Quiero Ser” on YouTube or listen to it on Spotify. You can also check out Stefani Montiel’s album “Mis Favoritas, Vol. 1” on all digital platforms.