The family of Selena Quintanilla recently decided to give in to fan requests and shared one of the late singer's never-before-heard singles "Oh No (I'll Never Love Again)."
Last week, the English-language track was posted on the Facebook fan page Love Selena, along with an audio introduction by her father, Abraham.
“Recently we have had a lot of fans ask for a song by the name of ‘Oh No (I’ll Never Fall In Love Again)’ by Selena,” he said of the record. “The song was never recorded professionally, but we found a tape where they’re in rehearsal some place and they recorded the rehearsal. 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. But years later my son A.B. recorded it with the Kumbia Kingz… we thought that the fans would enjoy it even though it’s not a professional recording.”
The Tejano singer and fashion designer was murdered outside of a Texas Days Inn at the youthful age of 23 by her Fan Club president, Yolanda Saldivar. This past March marked the 20th anniversary of the beloved entertainers death. Prior to her untimely demise, Quintanilla planned to release a full-length English-language album.
Back in May, Jennifer Lopez, who starred as Quintanilla in her 1997 biopic, performed a medley of songs with the Los Dinos at the 2015 Billboard Latin Music Awards.
It has been reported that MAC Cosmetics will launch a limited-edition collection inspired by the late Latin singer in 2016. A hologram tour, called Selena The One, is due to kick off in 2018 as well.
No word on whether or not the Quintanilla family plans to release more of Selena's unheard music.