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José Ariel Camacho Barraza was a Mexican singer-songwriter remembered for his unique way of singing as well as his one-of-a-kind style of playing the requinto. He was signed to DEL Records and was the leader of the musical group Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho. Starting out as a singer at the age of 12, Camacho went on to perform at various events and functions in his hometown and nearby locations. As his musical career picked up, he proceeded to release two albums and a number of singles. His most successful songs were "El Karma", "Te Metiste", "Hablemos" and "Rey de Corazones". A much loved figure in his community, he was also popularly known as "La Tuyia", a childhood name given to him because his guitar was much bigger than him! On February 25, 2015, Camacho lost his life in a car accident on his way back from a performance at a music festival. Although the promising singer went away too soon, he is still remembered for his music and extraordinary musical talent.In 2013, the singer decided to form the band ‘Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho’ along with Cesar Sánchez, Omar Burgos, and El Tigre. The next year, the band released their debut album ‘El Karma’ which was followed by the album ‘Hablemos’. Besides playing with the band, Camacho also often collaborated with other singers, including Marca Registrada, Grupo Fernandez, Regulo Caro and Los Traviesos De La Sierra.
The young singer’s promising life was tragically cut short when he died in an accident in 2015. Shortly after Camacho’s death, his band changed their name to "Los Plebes Del Rancho de Ariel Camacho” in order to honor the late singer-songwriter.
José Ariel Camacho Barraza was born on July 8, 1992 in Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico to Benito Camacho and Reynalda Barraza. The details regarding his education and love life are not available on the web.
Many artistes have paid tribute to the late singer-songwriter through songs like "Un Mentado Ariel” and "Hasta el Cielo". In 2017, an album dedicated to his memory was released. Titled "Ariel Camacho Para Siempre," it featured the artistes Gerardo Ortiz, Revolver Cannabis and Regulo Caro.
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Ariel Camacho was a Mexican singer and songwriter. He was popular as the founder and lead vocalist/guitarist of the Regional Mexican music band, Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho now Los Plebes Del Rancho de Ariel Camacho. The band mostly sang original narcocorridos, songs that talked about Mexican drug lords and cartels. Camacho was also popular for his uniquely expressive style of playing the requinto guitar. (Source: wiki.projecttopics.org)
Ariel Camacho was a Mexican singer and songwriter. He was popular as the founder and lead vocalist/guitarist of the Regional Mexican music band, Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho now Los Plebes Del Rancho de Ariel Camacho. The band mostly sang original narcocorridos, songs that talked about Mexican drug lords and cartels. Camacho was also popular for his uniquely expressive style of playing the requinto guitar. (Source: wiki.projecttopics.org)Among other things that added to Camacho’s fame were his good looks and appeal to the opposite sex. Unfortunately, the fast up and coming star was shut out too soon – at 22. Camacho did not even spend up to five years as a professional musician but his legacy lives on. Let’s get to know what brought him such lingering fame within a very short period. (Source: wiki.projecttopics.org)
He was born as José Ariel Camacho Barraza on 8 July 1992 in Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico. He, however, grew up in Angostura, Sinaloa where he started singing at the young age of twelve. Ariel also started playing the guitar from an early age. On completing high school, he started performing at various concerts in his hometown and its environs.
In 2013, Camacho teamed up with his friends, César Iván Sánchez, and Omar Burgos to form a music band. The trio named their band “Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho” which means “Ariel Camacho and the Guys from the Ranch”. Ariel had earlier met Sanchez a.k.a “El Tigre” while he was still in middle school. While the latter played the rhythm guitar as well as did backing vocals, Burgos a.k.a “El Cenizo” played the tuba. Ariel himself served as the lead vocalist while also playing the twelve-string guitar (Requinto). The band’s unconventional combination of music instruments (guitar, requinto, and tuba) became instrumental to their quick rise to popularity. Moreover, their keeping up with the classical legacies of earlier musicians of their genre also added to their fame.
Unfortunately, Camacho’s success was soon cut short as death snatched him away through a ghastly car accident. The gory incident occurred on the 25th of February, 2015 along the Angostura-La Reforma highway close to Sinaloa while the Mexican singer was returning from the Carnaval de Mocorito music festival around 2 a.m. It happened that Camacho was driving alongside three others in a 1994 model of a Honda Accord car when he lost control of the vehicle. He died on impact alongside two others while the other one person sustained injuries. Some other sources, however, reported that two persons instead of one survived the ghastly accident. (Source: wiki.projecttopics.org)
Reports following the incident indicated that Camacho was overspeeding before the car veered off the road and crashed into a canal. Sadly, Ariel Camacho had the previous day, invited fans to his upcoming U.S concert scheduled to hold early in March 2015. The Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho frontman died at the age of 22. His death was, however, not the death of his band as his bandmates have not let the candle to go off. They have continued to produce songs and hold concerts but only renamed the group “Los Plebes Del Rancho de Ariel Camacho” in honor of their late leader. (Source: