Intocable, one of the biggest names in Regional Mexican music, are well known for breaking barriers and setting records in their 25-year history. Founded by Ricky Javier Muñoz and René Orlando Martínez, Intocable got its start in the early 90s and can now boast over 50 million albums sold and 1 billion YouTube views. The ensemble has previously sold out massive venues across Mexico and in their home state of Texas and are the recipients of 2 GRAMMY Awards and 7 Latin GRAMMYs.
Beyond making hits, Intocable are philanthropists, working as ambassadors alongside foundations such as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Toys for Tots and the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Early vocal Immigration Rights activists, Intocable have released songs such as “Mojado” and “Día 730” to raise awareness and advocate for immigrants and human rights.
Intocable remains at the forefront of the Latin music scene with a massive feature launching today alongside Amazon Music’s playlist and content series, RAÍCES. The series reflects on the career of influential Latin musicians with both a short documentary video and an artist-specific playlist. Watch the video on YouTube now and listen to the RAÍCES playlist on Amazon Music.
Be sure to check out the new single “Si Tú Fueras Mía.” The track is the first off Intocable’s EP coming this summer honoring the tenth anniversary of their groundbreaking album 2011, named for the year of its release.