MP3 Candace Vargas - Quince
This is a fun album that represents Tejano/Regional Mexican music at its best – uptempo, danceable rhythms and romantic, beguiling lyrics. Working with great songwriters like Joe Bravo, Raulito Navaira and Rudy Palacios. Released at the 2008 Tejano Nation
10 MP3 Songs in this album (36:41) !
Related styles: LATIN: Tejano, LATIN: Norteño
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“Quince” (“15”) is what Candace Vargas’ new CD is all about, and it will be love at first listen when you enjoy the biggest release yet by this amazing young singer. For the last few years she’s been New Mexico’s best-kept secret, winning fans all over the state with her kid-friendly songs in Spanish, many of them written by her father, Joel Sr. But now she’s a teenager and ready to wow audiences across the U.S. with her third Regional Mexican album, “Quince” released August 2008. This project received a major boost early on when none other than Raulito Navaira and Joe Bravo, took an interest in Candace and wrote several songs for this project. Working with great songwriters like Joe Bravo and Raulito Navaira was the right choice. Candace has also co-written and written songs for her recordings. Candace was very committed to recording all-new songs, rather than covers, in order to make a clear statement about who she is and what she’s all about. The first single entitled “Tiki Tiki Tak” is quickly becoming a hit clear across the Nation. This is a fun album that represents Regional Mexican music at its best – uptempo, danceable rhythms and romantic, beguiling lyrics. She’s not trying to sound like anyone else, though she doesn’t hesitate to name her favorite singers – Alicia Keys, Gretchen Wilson, Alicia Villareal, and Selena. Candace is a typical teenager who hangs out with friends, plays volleyball and struggles with homework, but she’s been serious about music ever since she can remember. Her first CD Ay Pollito (2002) contains a nostalgic clip of her singing the ranchera “Los Laureles” when she was just 3. She began singing professionally at age 9 – it was immediately apparent that she possessed the voice and charisma to open doors and grab everyone’s attention. Over the next six years, she won several New Mexico Hispano Music Association (NMHMA) awards and one award from the New Mexico Hispano Entertainers Association. She also recorded and released her second album “Corazoncito” (2004), her third album “Es Amor”(2006), fourth album “Enamorada”(2007) and her fifth “Quince” (2008) to make a statement about her fifteenth birthday. Candace’s family gives her unconditional support – her mother, Ruth Ann, and father, Joel Sr., attend all her shows, and her older brother Joel Jr. sings backup and plays several instruments.