Fuerza Regida has signed a history offer with Sony Audio Latin as a result of a partnership with Rancho Humilde Documents, the label tells Billboard.
The San Bernardino-primarily based band — composed of Jesús Ortiz Paz a.k.a. JOP (guide singer), José García (tuba), Samuel Jaimez (requinto), Khrystian Ramos (guitar) and Moisés López (tololoche) — formally became a team in March 2015, commencing off as a area deal with band who included East L.A. flavor to their music. They have because served drive ahead the city corrido movement with their uncooked penmanship about avenue lifestyle and edgy fusions encouraged by Adriel Camacho, Hijos de Barron and Metallica. Their identify derives from the text “strength” and “govern.”
“We come to feel pretty very good since by signing with Sony Music Latin, this partnership will let us to do greater items,” Fuerza Regida’s JOP said in a assertion. “To be in a position to rely on the assist of a corporation of this caliber is outstanding and a wonderful chance. We are pretty content to start off this new chapter. Pura Fuerza Regida!”
On the Billboard charts, the Mexican-American group has placed 11 entries on Scorching Latin Tracks, five entries on Latin Airplay, 7 entries on Regional Mexican Airplay, five entries on Leading Latin Albums and six entries on Regional Mexican Albums, such as two No. 1s: Del Barrio Hasta Aqui (2019) and Aqui (2020).
“Fuerza Regida represents the future of tunes,” observed a Rancho Humilde Data spokesperson. “Their fantastic mix of classic seems and present-day lyrics make them distinctive in their style. It is an honor to be ready to share their songs with the earth by a multinational label such as Sony. The best is still to arrive!”
Sony Music US Latin’s president, Alex Gallardo, extra: “Fuerza Regida represents a new generation of Mexican audio. Including them to our roster of artists, only proceeds our mission to thrust the future of songs ahead. We are enthusiastic to see in which we go with the group.”
Up following, Fuerza Regida will turn out to be the initial city Mexican songs group to execute as part of the Built in The united states competition lineup established for Sept. 3 and 4 at Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.