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Rising Women in Música Mexicana

Rising Women in Música Mexicana

In celebration of Rising Women across all genres and styles of music, we’re shining a spotlight on Rising Women in Música Mexicana. From corridos, rancheras, cumbias, and more, estas mujeres están dejando su huella en la escena musical.

Sandra Echeverría

Seitrack artist Sandra Echeverría is an actress and singer-songwriter who’s hit several milestones in the industry over the years. She has collaborated with artists such as Marc Anthony, Aida Cuevas, Los Ángeles Azules, Bronco, Mijares, María José, Cañaveral, Mario Reyes, Los Yonics, Alexander Acha, among others. Her latest project Y Llegó Para Quedarse, is a continuation of her EP Ya Llegó la Echeverría. The album includes her hit “Perdóname” and combines the regional Mexican sound with Echeverría’s notable voice through songs produced by Nabález, Mango Duque, Luis Fernando Fonseca and Armando Ávila.

Sandra Echeverría will surprise her fans during the first edition of the Arre Festival in Mexico City, where she will perform on September 9th!

Vicky Terrazas

From Chicago, Vicky Terrazas proudly shares her Durango roots through music. Her career began when she joined Los Horóscopos de Durango, a group created by her father in 1975. The group became known for their corridos, rancheras, and cumbias. Alongside her sister Marisol, she carried on the legacy of the group after their father left and garnered fame for their interpretations of hits such as “Dos Locos,” “Obsesion,” and “Antes Muerta Que Sencilla.” In 2021, the duo disbanded amicably, and two years later Vicky ignited her solo career with Azteca Records and her EP, Vol. 1, including her hits “No Me Dejes Con Las Ganas” and “Supérame.”

Lluvia Arámbula

Oklahoma born Lluvia Arámbula is a rising star in the Mexican music scene. Ever since her father gifted her a guitar at age 12 she knew that she wanted to pursue a career in music. In 2020 she began working alongside Tony Loya as a requintista and a year later she signed with Manzana Records. Her hits include “Hay Que Disfrutar,” “Trato Mantenerme,” and “Si No Me Querías.” This month she released her song “Mi Otra Mitad” in collaboration with Diego Rosas which touches themes of love and forgiveness in relationships. Stay tuned for her upcoming album release this September!

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