Nearly 10 years after Jenni Rivera lost her life in a plane crash, her family is ready to release unreleased music from the so-called “Gran Señora.”
It was a daughter of the singer, Jacqie Rivera, who announced that there is an album in pre-production and that it will be made up of totally new songs.
“It’s definitely music in Spanish, it’s more than one song and it’s regional Mexican,” Jacqie told Billboard magazine. “I think it’s very important that we relate to how she started, what music put her there, and share that.”
The new compositions will be part of a project that will be launched at the end of the year, explained Jacqie, who also said that several of the tracks will be produced by Sergio Lizárraga, from Banda MS.
Likewise, the young woman hinted at the future release of music in English and even a biographical film about her mother, which is in the early stages of production.
“The small decisions are made by me. For the big decisions, we all get together and we all vote,” she said, referring to her four siblings.
“My little brother, Johnny, is working with me, especially on music. He’s always been involved in production, and we’re working closely together, but we definitely need each other, all together, to really do it.”
The Rivera family will also organize a concert to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the death, with performances by her children, including Chiquis, who released her album Abeja Reina earlier this year.