Un Compa Chuy may be the stage name of Jesús Alfredo Rodríguez Hernández, a saving designer from Culiacán, the administrative centre town of Mexico’s Sinaloa condition. Rodríguez has turned into a regional sensation performing corridos — a narrative folk music that normally includes a protagonist and a storyline, and ends having a moral through the singer. His tracks mainly feature simply an set up between his vocals, accordion, acoustic guitar, and tuba. Rodríguez originated from a musical family members and began performing corridos privately young. At age 14, he became even more involved with Culiacán’s artistic picture and bought a audio system to book to music artists and bands. One particular band, forced to apply without their vocalist for your day, overheard Rodríguez performing along with their tracks under his breathing as he strolled previous and asked him to sing with them. Rodríguez quickly became a fixture for the Culiacán music picture, performing for several organizations. After a stint in the us where he worked well inside a squid product packaging vegetable in California and an automobile clean in Phoenix, AZ while performing privately, Sony Music authorized Rodríguez with their Latin department. In March of 2008 he released Alacrana Lavada. A yr later came Un Niño de Oro, another full-length that presented his hit music “Un Corrido de Katch,” a cover of the Alfredo Rios narco corrido (corridos about the medication trade that’s therefore prevalent in north Mexico; Sinaloa and Culiacán, specifically) that celebrates the flashy clothing and expensive preferences of its protagonist. The track debuted around the Billboard Latin Tunes chart at quantity 43 and peaked at number 4. His third recording, Gente Peligrosa arrived on Oct 20, 2009.