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‘Ella Baila Sola’ by Peso Pluma Is Why Everyone Wants To do Regional Mexican Music

Who would have thought that Mexican regional music would have gained so much success? If you ask me, probably no one. But in the last months our neighborhoods have become a huge trend between young generations. And “Ella Baila Sola” is the last example of it.

The collaboration between Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma went outside the borders and people liked it very much. The track peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart after debuting top Latin Streaming Songs. Additionally, it earned both artists career highs on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the first regional Mexican song to reach the top 10 of the all-genre chart. On youtube it became one of the top five most viewed videos in the world within two weeks of its release. From that moment, Peso Pluma has become the protagonist of an unprecedented climb, which made him a big thing between America and abroad.

Reggaeton replaced by Mexican regional?

After “Ella Baila Solait seems now that everyone wants to do regional Mexican music, or at least collaborate with its representatives. Bad Bunny (‘un x100to’ feat. Grupo Frontera) and Becky G (‘Chanel’ feat. Peso Pluma) are some examples. The “reggaetoneros” are moving towards regional Mexican musically, as they previously did with dancehall, trap and drill music.

Peso Pluma is a game changer, he’s been able to get where others could only dream with his unique voice. A great story, especially because, just a few years ago, he was working as a waiter in Little Italy, New York City. But this is another story.  

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