16 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

While the cover art suggests contents of the urbano variety, those who’ve been following Ulices Chaidez since his 2016 full-length debut, Andamos En El Ruedo, know what to expect—more lovelorn/lovestruck tunes from the Sinaloa star. An admirer of the tragically departed Ariel Camacho, this multi-talented songwriter and instrumentalist charms his way through 16 sentimental yet undeniably sincere Mexican ballads that will resonate with both old and new fans. On “Déjame Llorar,” he yearns for closure on his own terms. Conversely, he comes alive with nostalgic longing over a former lover on the persuasive “Cada Vez.” Accented by an almost jazzy horn interplay, the title track finds a relatably heartbroken Chaidez leaning on superstition and lamenting bad luck.

EDITORS’ NOTES

While the cover art suggests contents of the urbano variety, those who’ve been following Ulices Chaidez since his 2016 full-length debut, Andamos En El Ruedo, know what to expect—more lovelorn/lovestruck tunes from the Sinaloa star. An admirer of the tragically departed Ariel Camacho, this multi-talented songwriter and instrumentalist charms his way through 16 sentimental yet undeniably sincere Mexican ballads that will resonate with both old and new fans. On “Déjame Llorar,” he yearns for closure on his own terms. Conversely, he comes alive with nostalgic longing over a former lover on the persuasive “Cada Vez.” Accented by an almost jazzy horn interplay, the title track finds a relatably heartbroken Chaidez leaning on superstition and lamenting bad luck.

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