With singles like “Otra Noche” feat. Nicki Nicole and “Esa parte de mi” featuring Sofia Reyes and Esteman, Los Ángeles Azules have given a small taste of the kinds of quality acts that will be part of their upcoming new album.
Now, the legendary cumbia group presents “Cumbia del Corazón” alongside Carlos Vives, who brings all his Colombian rhythm to the Joss Favela penned single.
“I am extremely happy to be in this song and to record the video with Los Ángeles Azules in my country, Colombia. This “Cumbia del Corazón” has rhythms from both countries, creating the perfect mix to become a classic.”, says Carlos Vives.
Produced by Rodolfo Lugo and Jorge Mejía-Avante, the single comes with a music video recorded at the La Piel Roja tavern in Bogotá and directed by Christian Schmid Rincón. From the initial few seconds, vibrant colors dominate the scene, warmly inviting viewers to the dance floor.
“We were really seeking a collaboration in Colombia as we were wishing to be present in the country’s cumbia scene. We had great chemistry with Carlos Vives, and this song has that connection between Mexico and South America that will reach every corner in the world” comments Elías Mejía, leader of the group.
Hailing from Iztapalapa, Los Ángeles Azules are Mexican cumbia’s most important group. With their video “Nunca es Suficiente” feat. Natalia Lafourcade, it became the first Mexican group to enter YouTube’s prestigious Billion Views Club. The video for “Mis Sentimientos” featuring Ximena Sariñana has also reached over one billion views, making Los Angeles Azules the only Mexican group to have two videos surpassing the billion-view mark on YouTube.
Released last November, “Otra Noche” Feat. Nicki Nicole became the most streamed single within its first 80 days in the history of the group. It currently amasses more than 78 million streams and more than 100 million views on YouTube.
The Mejía-Avante siblings continue their international tour that has taken them to sell out stages in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Paraguay, including 2 shows in Mexico City’s Audiorio Nacional and 5 consecutive SOLD OUT shows at Buenos Aires’ legendary Luna Park.
Los Ángeles Azules now prepare to kick off their next tour, De Iztapalapa para el Mundo, in the United States.
The 37-date tour will begin on August 26th in Denver’s Bellco Theater, making stops across the US, before wrapping up in Tucson, AZ on April 15, 2023. The Mejía-Avante siblings will perform for the first time ever in cities such as Miami, Boston, and New Orleans.
Tickets for De Iztapalapa Para el Mundo US Tour are available now through www.ticketmaster.com and www.losangelesazules.com.mx.
De Iztapalapa Para El Mundo
08/26 – Denver, CO – Bellco Theatre
08/27– Salt Lake City, UT – Maverik Center
09/09 – Anaheim, CA – The Theatre Honda Center
09/10 – San Diego, CA – Viejas Arena
09/11 – Fresno, CA – Save Mart Center
09/16 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center
09/17 – Las Vegas, NV – Michelob ULTRA Arena
09/23 – Los Angeles, CA – YouTube Theater
09/24 – Los Angeles, CA – YouTube Theater
09/30– Rancho Mirage, CA – Agua Caliente Casino
10/01 – Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Federal Theatre
10/07 – Laredo, TX – Sames Auto Arena
10/08 – Edinburg, TX – Bert Ogden Arena
10/09 – Houston, TX – Smart Financial Center
10/13 – Austin, TX – HEB Center at Cedar Park
10/14– San Antonio, TX– Freeman Coliseum
10/15 – Dallas, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
10/16 – Dallas, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
10/21 – El Paso, TX – UTEP Don Haskins Center
10/22 – Albuquerque, NM – Kiva Auditorium
10/23 – Dodge City, KS – United Wireless Arena
11/18 – Atlanta, GA – Gas South Arena
11/19 – Miami, FL – FPL Solar Amphitheater
11/23 – Greensboro, NC – Greensboro, Coliseum
11/25– Boston, MA – Orpheum Theatre
11/26 – New York, NY – Hulu Theater
11/27 – Fairfax, VA– EagleBank Arena
03/12 – Reno, NV – Grand Sierra Resort & Casino
03/17 – Kennewick, WA – Toyota Center
03/18 – Seattle, WA – WAMU Theater
03/19 – Portland, OR – Veterans Memorial Coliseum
03/24 – Minneapolis, MN – Orpheum Theatre
03/25– Chicago, IL – Allstate Arena
03/31 – Orlando, FL – Dr. Phillips Center for Performing Arts
04/01 – New Orleans, LA – Saenger Theater
04/02 – Nashville, TN – Andrew Jackson Hall @ TPAC
04/15 – Tucson, AZ – AVA Amphitheater