“Ella Baila Sola” (She Dances Alone) success

“Ella Baila Sola” (She Dances Alone) success

“Ella Baila Sola” (She Dances Alone) has rocketed to the No. 5 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming the first regional Mexican song to reach the Top 10. Also, “Ella Baila Sola” has also made history as the first regional Mexican song to claim the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Global 200 chart. The song is a beautiful ballad with an emotional melody that speaks to the heart.

“Ella Baila Sola” (She Dances Alone) via Youtube.

More About “Ella Baila Sola” (She Dances Alone) & Peso Pluma

The song is a representation of the sounds and heritage of young Mexicans and descendants of Mexicans on TikTok. Mexican artists Natanael Cano, Peso Pluma, and Eslabon Armado rise to the top of the Billboard, Spotify, and Apple Music charts. Following their new subgenre of “corridos,” or Mexican narrative songs. Subsequently, the established “corridos bélicos,” which means “warlike”, focuses on the ongoing turf battles between drug cartels in Mexico. Furthermore, the themes usually deal with heroic struggles.

The new subgenre, dubbed “corridos tumbados,” is a fusion of electronic beats, reggaeton, and hip hop. Thus, it gives the music a fresh and modern sound. The rise of these subgenres marks a significant shift in the Mexican music industry. Likewise, they have also gained traction in the global music scene. The emergence of “corridos tumbados” and “corridos bélicos” signals a new era in Mexican music. With artists bringing their unique styles and sounds to the world stage.

Peso Pluma also has a feature Yng Lvcas remix “la bebe” which is number 12 on Billboard Hot 100. The popularity of these subgenres continues to grow. It is clear that “corridos” will remain a vital part of Mexican culture as a powerful form of expression for generations to come. Furthermore, spanish music is becoming more common along with English music. Creating more room for experimentation and exploration in music. Stay tuned for more updates and find out more about these upcoming artists.

Feature Image: Apple Music


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