Corridos Monday is back a little late like usual but it’s ok cause I was busy getting all the orders out for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This time it’s a corrido by Ariel Camacho singing El Karma, if you like Toro encartado then you will like this one. It’s about a dude that walks into a trap and gets massacred while trying to save his kids. Crazy! Anyways WTF does “El agua clara no esta” mean? Hit me up Ariel and let me know man, I’m tripping right now. Va!
Que tiene de malo pues? a lot of people like corridos it’s a huge part of our culture but a lot of people want to negate that and pretend like they don’t enjoy that good old sound of the according and tuba. Personally I have been listening to corridos since I was a small child, My aunt would blast in ther oldschool juke box songs by Antonio Aguilar the corridos obviously and I would sing or pretend to sing to all of them. I like the stories and the feeling you get when you listen to them, even if you don’t live what that song says, you don’t live half of the shit many of this songs talk about any ways just relax and enjoy the music.
Corridos monday is here once more with a song from Grupo 360 called Dos Jovenes Muchachos. The song is straight to the point talking about the sons of one of the biggest drug lords in Mexico, you know who they are. Anyways if you like this section remember you can hear all of our chosen corridos from the past by visiting this link CORRIDOS MONDAY, thanks again for the love and support.
CORRIDOS MONDAY: GRUPO ESCOLTA NO PASA NADA
And it’s back, my bad sorry raza for not keeping up with this marvelous blog. I have been focusing al cien on becoming a pro indoor soccer player. Pero ni pedos aqui estamos echandole ganas a la unica marca chingona que se llama DIMEX. El corrido de hoy is called No pasa nada by El Grupo Escolta, a pretty simple catchy rolita that has been hitting the radio waves for a while now. Chekalo.
CORRIDOS MONDAY: TITO TORBELLINO PEDRON ANTRAX
I haven’t been a huge fan of Tito but started listening to some of his hits after finding out he got murdered last week while eating in a restaurant. He had a huge following and smashing the radio waves with this song and others. Rest in peace Tito your fans will miss you for sure.
REGULO CARO EL ESCUDO DEL CHAVO is his new music video released last week, probably one of the coolest corrido videos made. The footage looks raw and gritty and it looks like these foos are learning how to act better hehe. In this video they talk about the same dude in the song El Muchacho De La Barba by Codigo FN. Anyways check it out and let me know what you think.
Our Corridos Monday (On time this time) is a song I heard on the way to work today by Javier Rosas called En la sierra y la ciudad “La China” You have probably heard this rolita already but we haven’t posted this here yet so here you go checalo. Apparently she’s from the stat that I am from but that’s all I know about her.
Our corrido for today is by Los Rodriguez de Sinaloa se llama “El Toro Encartado”. Pretty cool corrido well written, just threatening a bunch of foos but sounds dope. I don’t follow Los Rodriguez very much but this changed my mind. Chekalo.
Gerardo Ortiz Quien se anima is the third single in his new album Archivos de Mi Vida. Check out the new music video filled with bomb girls and some of the sickest rides/mansions, woah. The song is pretty cool I feel that it talks about a dude that has been around the cartel game since he was a kid and has finally made it to the top after putting in a lot of work and learned from the main guys first hand about the enterprise. Enjoy.
“Si senores yo soy de rancho, soy de botas y de a caballo”. Here’s the video for El Komander’s new single “Soy de rancho”. I love the scene with the little kid where he’s being fed by mom and then showered in the river, OG style homie. En el rancho no hay toilet ni shower unless you have some feria, jeje. Anyways enjoy this picker upper as we start this week.
A lot of corridos are changing, they are singing more about how these characters grew up, where they grew up and why they were inspired to become what they are. Many talk about having no option of going to school, barely having enough food to eat for the family, selling oranges by the road at age 6-7 some true poverty. Personally we are all in the trying to make it game whether you are trying to get that job that will keep you comfortable for life or starting your own empire and striking it big like that. Many of these corridos now are about this, check out Mi Humilde Imperio by Grupo Arranke.
Yes we are back, I haven’t posted any new corridos cause honestly some of these songs are not even worth it, only the best of the best go on here, well the shit I like and this particular song is pretty good. I love the bridge shot something new in this genre. Check out Calibre 50 singing El Inmigrante, if you crossed the river swimming, walked miles and miles through the desert or over a bunch of hills, crossed while inside a car trunk or played off as the son of an American citizen this song is for you, a lot of people have died in the process but the ones who make it get a shot at a different life “The so Called American Dream”. Enjoy.
Los Traviezoz de la sierra has to be my new favorite norteno group. Mi pasado mi presente talks about a guy who went through a lot of hurdles early in his life barely getting enough money to eat, then one day a guy asked him for a favor and everything change after that. Their songs are pretty well written, some of my favorite songs are this one and “Mis Travesuras”. Check them out and tell me what you think
For our Corridos Monday that should of gone up yesterday we have another song from Jesus Ojeda y sus Parientes called Mafioso Adinerado, I really don’t know who this is about but it’s pretty catchy. Check it out and if you like corridos pick up our Chalino Shirt at our online Dimex Store today. Va!
Corridos Monday El Komander Leyenda M1, once more a corrido about Manuel Torres Felix that got killed on 13 October 2012 by the Mexican Army. This song talks about his death and how he lived his life who he served and how he fought back before being taken out. When his son Atanasio was killed by rival gang members of the Beltrán-Leyva Cartel in 2008, Torres Félix reportedly lost his mind and went on a killing spree, torturing the perpetrators at his home in Culiacán. This earned him the nickname of “El Ondeado” (‘The Crazy One’) for his emotional instability and explosive personality.. Todays corrido has a pretty cool Banda + Norteno combination that goes together very well, miralo.
Corridos Monday: Surcando el camino by Los Hijos De Barron is today’s corrido, sorry about not posting anything last night, I was super busy with orders from the Labor Day Weekend still trying to ship them out since it was a lot of them but I am almost done, there was also a big issue that came up my flash dryer died for like four days and then I finally got the parts and fixed it last night. Crazy. Hijos De Barron are hitting pretty hard right now with some hard core songs coming out in the radio and hitting the streets/YouTube. Surcando el camino is a song about El Chino Anthrax, one of the most popular characters in the cartel world. Check out the video and let me know if you see any special appearances in the video or so I heard. Enjoy.
Corridos Monday Los Nuevos Rebeldes Juan Ignacio is one of those songs that you don’t know why it’s kinda sticky. It doesn’t have the booms or bangs that others do but it’s pretty catchy. Los Nuevos Rebeldes have been coming out with new cool songs as well as collaborations with other groups like Revolver Cannabis. Their style is pretty clean and simple, check it out. Enjoy.
Today’s Corrido is about El Senor De Los Cielos Amado Carrillo Fuentes by Enigma Norteno, with footage from the Telemundo novela titled the same way. It’s a pretty cool song with nice footage from the 74 episode novela that every body is talking about. Check it out.
CORRIDOS MONDAY: EL KOMANDER CUERNITO DE ARMANI
El Komander has been hitting hard in the industry ever since he came out. His style has been developing in both as a writer and a performer, he has already acted in a couple of Narco Movies and keeps it gangsta when performing at local concerts. Cuernito Armani is a pretty simple corrido about a dude that got followed right after hitting the club, so he took matters into his hands and took the followers down with a AK 47 that he had in his Ford Raptor Truck. Listen to our Corrido for today.