They recently announced a trip to the U.S.
Mexico City- Los Ángeles Azules hopes to sing their new album “Cumbia a la gente” with Guaynaa on the next 40-year tour.
The chorus and percussionist Cristina Mejía Avante of the Cambia Group in Mexico said in a recent televised interview in Mexico City: “We want to see if Guaina will accompany us in the event. Some activities.”
When referring to the single released on April 22, he added: “This is a very beautiful song with a rhythm. All of us really want to dance. The total number of views of its videos on YouTube is nearly 7 million.
Los Azules recently announced a tour of the United States scheduled for August to March in cities including San Antonio, Dallas, Houston, Washington, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
“We are very fortunate to be one of the first to work in the United States. I believe little by little that more groups will continue to work. I think this is already good because we will try to get back to normal a little bit. The chorus girl of the band And percussionist Guadalupe Mejía Avante (Guadalupe Mejía Avante) said.
Guaynaa answered without hesitation that he would “fall in love with it.” The fact is that for the 28-year-old Puerto Rican rapper, it is great to be able to do a project with an artist he heard from when he was very young.
He said in the same interview: “My childhood is very different with regard to music education and the music I heard in my family.” Among these genres, there is Cambia, and anyone who has heard of Cambia must know who is Loss. Angles Azules, because if not, you don’t know the Gambia, the period.
“With Los Angeles Azules, I have always regarded it as a dream. It’s like when you are a player and want to play with the Yankees; I made a Cambia, and I want to be with Los Angeles Azules. Do, I thank God,” he added.
The interpreters of popular songs such as Lele Pons’s “Se te nota” and Sebastián Yatra’s “Chica Ideal” took advantage of his visit to the Mexican capital to go to Iztapalapa, where LosÁngeles Azules originated and they also mentioned in his book at this point. The cry of battle “From Izppalapa to the rest of the world!” The Puerto Rican musician recorded a video, and when he left the Iztapalapa subway station, he announced the launch of “Cumbia a la gente”.
He said: “I didn’t know (the city) was so big. I’m from Puerto Rico, which is a mustard seed.” He also pointed out that he felt “welcome.”
“LosÁngeles Azules has joined the “Billion Views” featured club on YouTube. Artists and projects have totaled more than one billion views on the platform, such as with Natalia Lafourcade and “My Feelings” with Ximena Sariñana.
Starting from the invitation of Jay de la Cueva to collaborate, an irresistible formula was produced, which led them to perform duets with artists of other genres and nationalities, such as Lali, Vicentico, Julieta Venegas, Saúl Hernández, Ana Torroja, Miguel Bosé and others.
Forty years after its founding, LosÁngeles Azules continued to make a mark on the popularity rankings and received recognition such as Premio Lo Nuestro Legado Musical al G’2nero Cumbia Regional Mexicano, which was recognized this year.
“It’s easy for me to say 40 years, but this is a trajectory of great sacrifice,” “Doctor, singer, bassist and founding member Elías Mejía Avante said. “It is not easy to enter the major leagues; you have to achieve great success. Strive and make people accept you. “
The Los Angeles Azuls are a family in real life, but the connection between them is far from surnames, especially because they have achieved magic on stage.
Cristina Mejía Avante said: “Compared with group members, our life span is indeed longer than our home. This is 40 years of hard work and satisfaction for us. The whole Ángeles Azules is not a partner, they are indeed a family.”‘.
“Cumbia a la gente”, sung by Guaynaa and arranged by LosÁngeles Azules, is a song they want everyone (regardless of age, upper or lower class) to dance. In a photo taken in a supermarket in Miami, all kinds of people are dancing to his rhythm, including a bride dressed in white, from crying to joy.
Guaina said: “There are artists who sing for happiness and the people, and it is definitely Los Angeles Azules. When I elaborate on my work, I try to maximize its inclusiveness.”
Cristina Mejía Avante added: “This kind of cambia is to remove all the pressure we are currently under in the pandemic.” “For all those who take care of themselves and are really at home…Listen to this frankness, let us relax, Let us get rid of all the pressure on our heads.