Earlier this year, CNCO released their third studio album, Déjà Vu, and opened up about their music in an interview with E! News in February.
“The inspiration for this project came during the pandemic,” Joel told E! News at the time. “We had so much free time that I think almost everyone, actually, started listening to the classic old songs—at least, we did—and we just had the crazy idea of bringing back these songs and giving them a new life.”
Richard added, “We’re excited for them to see the classics of our culture. They’re kind of, like, re-introducing classics of the ’80, ’90s, things like that that were very important to the music in our culture. We’re remaking them and making them in our flow, and hoping you guys enjoy it.”
In April, the boy band spoke with Teen Vogue about their rise to fame and what it’s been like growing up in the spotlight.
“We didn’t have a regular teenage life,” Joel told the publication. “We grew up traveling to different countries. Even our voices changed too in the public eye. I think it’s very special that our fans were a part of our growth.”