This Album Is To Be Available In Digital Format On September 27
Lupita Will Be Making Several Major Appearances To Promote Her New Music,
See Below For Details!
MIAMI (September 19, 2019) – Nearly a year after debuting on the Latin music scene as a recording artist, the rising Mexican-American singer and songwriter Lupita Infante unveils her debut “La Serenata”. This album will be available September 27 in digital format, a perfect complement to Hispanic Heritage Month.
La Serenata is a varied album, whose nine tracks include two previously released singles – “Yo Por Ti” (Me For You) and “Ya Ni Me Acuerdo” (I No Longer Remember), both of which were originally recorded by her father, Pedro Infante,Jr. (1950-2009); and seven brand-new recordings, four of which feature Lupita herself as a co-writer.
Of the three previously unreleased cover versions on La Serenata, “Yo He Nacido Mexicano” (I Was Born Mexican) was originally recorded by her grandfather, Mexico’s legendary music and movie idol Pedro Infante (1917-1957). In 2018, Lupita gave a stunning performance of this song in San Antonio, Texas, for Mexican Independence Day celebrations that were broadcast across the United States on Univisión.
The other two covers re the classic-bolero-ranchero Sabor a Mi,” originally popularized by Trío Los Panchos in 1964, and a bilingual version of this song titled “Be True To Me,” which was originally recorded by Doris Day. Lupita makes this classic her own with a beautiful violin solo and expressive vocals.
On her original material, Lupita shows off her emotional range and timeless romanticism. Combining norteño with bolero-ranchero, “Dejaré” (I Will Allow) tenderly gives a suitor the green light to make his dreams come true.
The title track is an old-fashioned serenade that lives up to its name, while playing with stereotypes: “Who says that women can’t sing a serenade?”
“Por Tu Amor” (For Your Love) combines sweetness with sensuality in a bolero-ranchero made for a moonlit night.
Giving free rein to her heartbreak, “Tú Con Ella y Yo Con Él” (You With Her and Me With Him) is an unabashed lament to the one who got away. All in all, these four originals show us an emerging artist with a knack for telling memorable stories over gorgeous mariachi arrangements.
To celebrate the release of La Serenata, Lupita will be making promotional appearances at major upcoming events. See below for the complete list!
September 21 – Los Angeles – La Gran Fiesta Viva Los Dodgers prior to the baseball game, and performance of the National Anthem
September 28 – Mexico City – Apple Store grand opening, Antara Fashion Hall
October 17 – Los Angeles – Fifth annual Latin American Music Awards
November 2 – Miami – iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina