I No Longer Have Selena Quintanella: The Sad Story Behind the Song Written by Ricky Villa | Suzette Quintanilla | Selena Series | Netflix Series | Fame

In the second season ofSelena, the serialWhile the Tex-Mex queen (Christian Serratos) explains the musical theme “I Didn’t Leave More”, his keyboardist and songwriter Ricky Vela could only shed some tears for his unrequited love.

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Join Ricky Villa ‘Celina and DinosIn 1985 he was a keyboardist for the band during their successful days. Also, as shown on the Netflix series, the artist had feelings for Selena’s older sister and the drummer, Suzette Quintanilla’s photo.

So when Suzette married Billy Ariaga in September 1993, Ricky wrote “No Me Queda Más,” which talks about their unrequited love.

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In 1994, the father of And Suzette, Abraham Quintanella, spoke to Billboard about it and they said, “Ricky is a very shy and introverted person. He loved my other daughter, Suzette, the drummer (…) and I know Ricky loved me because he told me that, and I was joking with Ricky and saying: ” Hi Ricky, do you like him? Talk to her! And it did not happen.

Suzette Quintanella was the inspiration for the lead song by Ricky Vela (Photo: Instagram / @suzettesyld).

“I have no more”

It is the third single from Amor Prohibido’s fourth studio album. Written by Ricky Vela and produced by AB Quintanilla. Several music critics praised this pop song mariachi and downtempo, which incorporates ranchero and flamenco influences in its sound. Musicologists Ilan Stavans and Harold Ogenbraum described it as a bolero-mariachi mix.

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The song topped the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart in the US for seven non-consecutive weeks, and was the first single ever On the Mexican-American regional broadcast chart and became 1995’s hottest Latin American song.

Music video for “I have no moreFilmed in October 1994 at the San Antonio Amtrak station and directed by Sean Roberts. Later, it won the Best Music Video of the Year award at the Billboard Latin Music Awards, and the recording earned two Broadcast Music honors, including Song of the Year .

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