Neto Bernal isn’t forgetting an iconic hit… He’s reimagining it!
The 23-year-old Mexican Regional Mexican music newcomer has released “Hasta Que Me Olvides,” his sierreño version of Luis Miguel’s 1993 hit written by Juan Luis Guerra.
The heartfelt track, on which Bernal beautifully flaunts his powerhouse vocals, is the lead single from Bernal’s new EP of the same name.
The set is home to six tracks, including the mariachi version of “Si Quieres” in collaboration with Carolina Ross.
Eden Muñoz and Salvador Aponte also worked on the project as composers.
An emotional music video shows Neto and his onscreen girlfriend get in a car accident and stay by each other’s sides during the recovery.
Juan Gabriel’s classic is getting an update…
Just weeks after the Mexican singer-songwriter’s unexpected death on August 28, a new video for JuanGa’s 1982 classic “Si quieres” was released over the weekend.
The clip combines images of an orchestra being conducted by Eduardo Magallanes and the Divo de Juárez recording the song in a studio, which he recorded days before he died at the age of 66.
At the end of the video, the ballad becomes a festive tune with all 35 musicians up and dancing.
“Si quieres” forms part of Gabriel’s final album Vestido De Etiqueta: Por Eduardo Magallanes, which reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart for two-consecutive weeks before his death.