This Selena Song Gets Epically Covered Reggaeton Style
Year later, Selena still lives on with us, and continues to influence all types of genres.
Selena Quintanilla will always have a permanent stamp on pop culture.
In efforts to commemorate the late Tejano singer’s legacy, duo Play-N-Skillz joined forces with singers Leslie Grace and Frankie J (who was a member of A.B. Quintanilla’s Kumbia Kings) to remake Selena’s 1994 mariachi ballad, “Si Una Vez.”
Additionally, reggaetonero Wisin also joins in on the cover and lends a couple of killer lines to the mix. It’s nice to see mainstream artists of this era remaking songs from those who paved the way. However, this isn’t the first time a Selena related YouTube video surfaces. Back in January, her brother A.B. posted a video of her covering Debbie Gibson’s “Only In My Dreams.”
— Debbie Gibson (@DebbieGibson) January 17, 2017
Watch the video for Play-N-Skillz latest reggaeton infused remake of "Si Una Vez" below.