The musical impact of Jenni Rivera hasn’t slowed yet — no means, mijos.
Significantly more than seven years after her tiny plane vanished on a winter that is dark near Monterrey, Mexico, the vocals of Los Angeles Diva de Banda Musica will be heard in the recently released solitary “Enganemoslo” (Fool Him). It’s the 2nd track to emerge from a cache of music tracks discovered on a difficult drive a couple of years ago by the singer’s bro, Juan Rivera.
The mariachi power ballad, along with a banda variation, is really a feminine battle cry fond of the singer’s core Latina audience, whom endured by Rivera through the triumphs of her job and also the tragedy of her death at age 43 in December 2012. The track, published by the popular singer-songwriter that is mexican Paz, has recently racked up significantly more than 4 million YouTube views since its Feb. 27 first and it is slated to show up for a forthcoming record which will consist of last year’s “Aparentemente Bien” (evidently Well), the very first posthumous track released by the Rivera family members through the unearthed songs. Continue reading