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Music video celebrates Austin’s-Mexican American community


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Haydn Vitera’s song asks what would happen if all the immigrant workers in our nation were gone.

Video features appearances from several Austin Latino movers and shakers.

A new music video by local musician and singer Haydn Vitera for his Spanish-language song “Qué Pasará,” or “What Will Happen,” celebrates Austin’s Mexican-American community. The song asks what would happen if all the immigrant workers in our nation were gone. Inspired by the immigration policies of President Donald Trump and featuring appearances by Tejano music heavyweight Ruben Ramos and community advocate Mark Gil, also known as “Police Ice,” the video is quickly gaining buzz among Austin’s Latino community.

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