Twenty-seven years after the tragic death of Selena, her family announced the release of a new album. In a video interview with Latin Groove News last week, Abraham Quintanilla Jr., the singer’s father said it would be released on April 27 as part of a family effort.
The album would feature 13 songs, with new arrangements by her brother A.B., and artwork by her sister, Suzette. The newly released songs are all part of the catalog belonging to the family’s record company, Q Productions.
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