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FutureStarrLos angeles azules como te voy a olvidar
In the middle of our conversation, my partner started reminiscing about talk radio. For a moment, I thought back to when I was six, listening to talk radio on my father's old household radio. The radio faded to static at the ending of the show and I cried from the loneliness. I moved my father's radio to the living room, where we sat for hours, listening to the world unfold in music.
As part of their greatest hits/tribute album, cumbia sonidera legends, Los Ángeles Azules, have teamed up with everyone from Ximena Sariñana to Vicentico from Los Fabulosos Cadillacs to reinterpret the best songs of their career. Now the floor belongs to Kinky, who accompany Los Ángeles Azules with their cumbia meets hardcore electro version of “Cómo te voy a olvidar,” a song about—what else?—unforgettable lovers with red, sensuous lips. (Source: remezcla.com)Over the years, Kinky have proven to be adept at making killer covers, their best (in my humble opinion) being “Tres Heridas,” the Bronco track that they turned into a disco jam. Now, side by side, Los Ángeles Azules and Kinky have reworked “Cómo te voy a olvidar” into a schizophrenic dance anthem that goes from electro rock to cumbia to trap and back in the span of five minutes. The hook of the song is the strong accordion sample from the original recording, which glues the mashup of genres together. Coincidentally, that’s also the call to every cumbiero to polish that dancefloor.
Last August, Los Angeles Azules became the first Mexican group to enter YouTube’s prestigious Billion Views’ Club when the music video for “Nunca Es Suficiente” feat. Natalia Lafourcade reached one million views. Weeks later, Los Angeles Azules became the only Mexican act to have 2 videos with over 1 billion views on YouTube when the music video for Los Ángeles Azules are a Mexican group specialized in Cumbia / banda music formed in Mexico City, Mexico in 1976 by brothers Elas, Jose and Jorge Meja Avante. Playing a Latin style known as onda grupera, the band became a chart-topping act after issuing "Inolvidables" in 1996, soon, achieving platinum status in Argentina where they successfully performed live in 1998. Later, singer Carlos Veises decided to leave the group, forming his own band called Los Ángeles de Charlie. View wiki (Source: www.last.fm)