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Latin 18/03/2019

Los Tucanes De Tijuana Releases New Amazon Original Track "Ranchero Y Medio"

Los Tucanes De Tijuana Releases New Amazon Original Track "Ranchero Y Medio"
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) The Mexican Norteño group Los Tucanes de Tijuana has released an Amazon Original track, "Ranchero Y Medio," only available to stream on Amazon Music. The group will be performing at Coachella on April 12th and 19th. Listen to "Ranchero Y Medio" only on Amazon Music:

Los Tucanes de Tijuana are twelve-time Grammy nominees and have received numerous music awards in Mexico, the Americas and Europe, with over 14M albums sold worldwide. The group was initially formed in 1987 by vocalist/guitarist/composer and
producer Mario Quintero Lara. After signing with Universal Music Group in 2000, they released over 50 albums and compilations over a span of 12 years.

In 2014, the group issued Corridos Time/Season One: Soy a 
Parrandero, that included various corridos including "Julián Pérez" 
recounting the story from the 2011 film "Salvando Al Soldado Perez"
 and "El Shaka" the theme from the popular Mexican television series of
the same name. They group also released a compilation of love songs in
 2014 entitled Perdóname Mi Amor. The subsequent album, Corridos
Time/Season Two: Los Implacables, was released in 2016. The band subsequently
signed with Master Q Music, and released A Mover El Bote in 2017 and
 Parrandeando in January 2018.

Amazon Music listeners can simply ask, "Alexa play the new song by Los Tucanes De Tijuana" in the Amazon Music app for iOS and Android and on Alexa-enabled devices. In addition to the new track, Amazon Music listeners can access hundreds of Amazon Originals featuring both emerging and established artists across numerous genres, available to stream and purchase only on Amazon Music.

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