Ranchero Y Gallardo is one of those corridos about horses, yes I said horses. Believe it or not it’s a luxury owning a horse, nothing like having your own dog or something like it, this is a huge fucking animal. Frison horses are some of the most beautiful horses in the world and in the narco world these are the ones they like the most. Check out El Komander singing Ranchero Y Gallardo.
Posts tagged: Corridos
Noel Torres from DEl Records is coming out with his new video called La Estructura tomorrow. Looks pretty sick and clean compared to the other Corrido Videos. Make sure to catch it tomorrow. Sales.
A little late as always but here’s the Corrido I was suposed to post up yesterday. Ivan El Mayor by Codigo FN Featuring Roberto Tapia, in this corrido they are giving out a little too much info when he mentions that the guy with the glasses helped Ivan the character in this song and son of the main drug lord in Mexico. Ta’ cabron, orale.
Today’s corrido Monday is a little old but it’s still a really good one in my book. El Crimen De Culiacan by Chalino Sanchez. Listen to the lyrics at a point he’s talking about some dogs eating a humans intestines, crazy. Get your Tee today, if you haven’t already.
Corridos Monday. Complot Norteño Empresarios MZ, check out this corrido produced by Twins Culiacan.
When I first saw Jenni Rivera’s Malandrinas Video I tripped out, at the time I was in high school and the corrido scene had hit the streets of Southern California. Instead of gangs there was cliks of fans of the genre, they would dress up like cowboys but with a snap back with an air brushed logo or name on the front panel.
Many of the cliques had song names like Las Malandrinas, Los Chacalosos, Los Periqueros, Los Compas Alegres amongst some others. These cliques would act kinda like a party crew where they hosted crazy parties and then in the end there was a huge fight afterwards (classic). This Malandrinas video kinda shows the initiation to a clique or party crew called las Malandrinas. Voces Del Rancho, Lupillo Rivera and Los Razos were hitting hard and were the popular ones in the radio stations.
It’s incredible how much Jenni grew in both talent and fame. With much dedication and love for her fans, her following grew and made her a super star. Tragically air plane accidents take many lives and will keep on taking them until the airplane manufacturers start looking at their business differently and start caring more about human life. “Basta Ya” shows how much “Sentimiento” she would put into each song. I can’t see why many women could relate, no other women has performed like her in their careers. “Descanse en Paz” Jenni
A little late but finally here. El Primer Ministro by Gerardo Ortiz, honestly one of my favorite jams from his new album, love the story and aggressiveness of the way it is told, this is story telling the fullest. Corridos are evolving and becoming something else and all thanks to the creation style of the new comers to the game. Chekalo.
A little late but here we go. EL Cholo 50 by Jesus Ojeda, enjoy this corrido on a Tuesday. Ahuevo.
Our Corrido for today is from the main man El Komander, the song is called “Las Dos Cruces” and it’s about a boy witnessing the murder of his dad who used to harvest Marijuana in his ranch in Durango. The second Cruz is for the soldier who saved the boys life. It’s composed like a classic corrido that’s why I share it with you guys. Enjoy.
This past Sunday the DIMEX crew went to the annual 5 De Mayo festival thrown by La Que Buena at the National Orange Show in San Bernardino, CA. We got there an hour late found some parking and headed over to the show. We rolled in and Chuy Lizarraga was singing La Peinada, we were a little far away but that was going to change.
I was testing my camera and saw an empty cup of my favorite beer XX and thought to myself I can really use one of those right now.
So I called up our friend over at Que Buena and got hooked up with backstage passes. Finally I got to see what was going on behind the scenes of a big event like this one. Instruments laying every where, a lot of people talking to each other looking important, Shiny suits and really hot girls (groupies) hanging out.
La Adictiva Banda San Jose De Mesillas started playing as soon as they arrived. One hit after another including “Te Amo, Te Amo” amongst others.
Then we bumped into the homies from 3Ball MTY, they were chilling with some chicks in a table, said hi and talked for a bit then took off to the stage since they were about to play their set.
The DJ tables were set up and the crowd was waiting while the introduction was playing.
Erick Rincon looked a little nervous but it’s all part of the game, so I told Yess to take a picture with him, maybe that will take his mind of the stage.
The guy running the show threw these paper made Tribalero Boots on before going on stage to present the next group.
Jesus Ojeda “Estilo Italiano” was going up next and took a picture with my homie Tony. Funny story about Jesus, there were some groupies trying to get into the backstage but didn’t have the required bracelets so Jesus got mad and said “Traigannnmelas ahorita!” all mad, so the girls got the bracelets and got to go back stage. It was the joke of the day so we mentioned it every time we thought it fit into the conversation.
I bumped into El Narquillo, I used to listen to this dude back in the days when I started following the corridos movement.
El Darey from Los Dareyes De La Sierra had like a million body guards but the dude was coo, not creido at all.
It was finally Lunch time and headed out to get some Carne asada and Pollo asada compliments of La Que Buena, the server go kinda mad at me cause I didn’t understand her and gave me a very small portion of food, but Yessenia who eats like a little bird got these huge chunks of meat, I think the girl kinda liked her hehe, that shit was funny.
When we finished we went back to the stage and saw that Noel Torres had just arrived and was about to perform, a while back I had posted one of my favorite corridos by this dude. La Guanabana.
As soon as they started to play this rola the crowd went wild and stared singing along with Noel. The band he was performing with was called El Comando Del Diablo and had these crazy looking white suits.
Then we went to get seconds and sit for a bit again since it was really hot. The Aztec hat that the homie was wearing is a great example of the Snap backs I want to get done in the future for the brand.
Noel Torres, dude looked tired and ready to go home.
While I was waiting to get a shot of Noel Torres, Regulo Caro was getting ready to go on stage, the crew had setup this Skeleton as his microphone stand it was kind of crazy since you only see that type of shit in Metal concerts. Both dudes were really cool and didn’t mind me taking photos of them.
The show was then over we said our goodbyes to our good friend over at Que Buena and headed towards the exit. In the parking lot there was a mean Paisa fight, classic. So we stayed and watched for a bit, no one got shot or stabbed. After that I picked up my kids and headed back to the DIMEX headquarters. Thank you Tony for letting us backstage and allowing us to chill with you guys. Saludos.