Jesus Ojeda with his selection of unique bajo sextos and very serious style has become one of the sickest corrido singers of today, I think he has made a difference in the industry. Check out El Especial sung by Jesus Ojeda Y Sus Parientes
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.