The Quintanillas Dropped a Posthumous Unreleased Selena Song for the Fans

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Dreaming of You was the last time we heard new Selena material, until this past week. Last week, Selena radio released audio of “Oh No (I’ll Never Fall in Love Again),” a song Selena never professionally recorded. Selena’s dad, Abraham Quintanilla, recorded an intro for the song, where he explained that fans had requested that the song be released. “The reason we never released it as one of her songs was because it’s not up to par as far as sound is concerned,” he said. “We thought the fans would enjoy, even though it’s not a professional recording.” Obviously, like M.A.C., he recognized that the fans were right.

“Oh No” (I’ll never fall in love again) by #SelenaQuintanilla with introduction by Mr. Quintanilla.SelenaQRadio.comLike->

Posted by Love Selena on Friday, September 11, 2015

Flama reports that years after Selena’s death, her brother, A.B., recorded a version of the song with the Kumbia Kings. And in case that didn’t hit you in the feels enough, Edward James Olmos was at Alamo Comic Con this past weekend, where he talked about shooting the Selena movie. ?

“Selena’s father came to set every day. Between takes I saw him sob. But he wanted her story told. It was the hardest…

Posted by Alamo City Comic Con on Sunday, September 13, 2015