Corridos Tumbados

Corridos Tumbados

Arriving scarcely a week after shaking the foundations of música urbana and regional Mexican alike with the seismic Bad Bunny remix of his “Soy el Diablo,” Corridos Tumbados gives further clout to Rancho Humilde’s teenage front-runner in this growing hybrid movement. Doubling down on the previously released Todo Es Diferente both figuratively and, given this one’s running time, literally, Natanael Cano infuses the rhetoric and bravado of trap into “Niño de Barrio” and the self-assured “El Drip.” Building conceptually upon the framework of his previous material, he continues the foreboding naming convention and narrative style of his prior single “F1” with the like-minded pair “El AK” and “La M4.” Most notably, he uses the project to build bridges with others on his wave, including a duet with Junior H on “Ella.”

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