Grammy-nominated Mexican-American singer-songwriter Frankie J is returning to the Latin music scene with his new nostalgic album, Canciones Que Recuerdo, paying homage to classic songs he grew up listening to. Among the original interpreters of the songs are such iconic Latin artists as Roberto Cantoral, Vicente Fernandez, Eydie Gormé, Selena, José Alfredo Jiménez, José José, José Luis Perales, Juan Gabriel, Pedro Infante, Rocío Dúrcal, Alvaro Torres, Los Panchos, and Javier Solís. The second single, “Fallaste Corazón,” has just been released, following first single “Sabor A Mi.” Frankie J started his career as part of Los Kumbia Kings, created by AB Quintanilla. His single "Obsession (No Es Amor),” alongside American rapper Baby Bash, landed him the number 3 spot on Billboard's Hot 100. Following more successful singles, he and Baby Bash released another global hit, "Suga Suga,” which remained on Billboard’s Hot 100 Singles chart for over 25 weeks. Frankie J has sold over 2 million albums globally as a solo artist and has collaborated with a variety of artists from different genres including Pitbull, Play-N-Skillz, Becky G, Wisin, Leslie Grace, Sin Bandera, 3LW, Paula DeAnda, Mannie Fresh, and Paul Wall, among others.