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New Selena Song Released By Family 20 Years After Her Death

"We thought that the fans would enjoy it even though it’s not a professional recording," her dad said of the track.

Two decades after the death of Selena Quintanilla-Pérez, her father Abraham Quintanilla has released a new recording by the "Queen of Tejano Music." 

The song, titled, "Oh No (I'll Never Fall in Love Again,"), is sung in English and has a similar vibe to the music on her pop-crossover album, "Dreaming of You." Quintanilla shared the song on his production company's online radio station, Selena Q Radio

During his radio show, Quintanilla mentioned that a lot of fans had been asking for the song, but admits he was reluctant to release it as it was never professionally recorded. 

"The reason we never released it as one of her songs is because it’s not up to par as far as sound is concerned," her father said on during a radio show on the station. "But years later my son A.B. recorded it with the Kumbia Kings. We thought that the fans would enjoy it even though it’s not a professional recording.”

The track was being rehearsed before Selena was fatally shot by the president of her fan club, Yolanda Saldivar, in 1995. 

You can listen to the entire song below (the music starts around 0:45). 

 

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