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El Flaco Elizalde


Jesus “Un Flaco” Elizalde was created January 14, 1977, in the city of Navojoa, Sonora. Sons of local Mexican music star Lalo “Un Gallo” Elizalde, Jesus and his sibling Valentin not merely displayed a skill for and curiosity about music, but had been raised steeped in its wealthy traditions. Jesus didn’t make his debut appearance until 2001, when he distributed the stage at Un Teatro del Pueblo in Obregon, Sonora, with Los Tigres del Norte. Nerve-racking though it had been to execute with such veterans, Un Flaco gave among the spirited, memorable performances that could visit characterize his profession. Un Flaco was provided a cope with the effective Monterrey-based Disa label, which released his debut record, entitled Perdonam. The record’s achievement earned him invites to execute in plazas and celebrations around Mexico and Baja California. Jesus’ music was well received, though quite definitely in the darkness of his sibling Valentin “Un Gallo de Oro” Elizalde, who was simply among norteño’s most recognizable performers. His sophomore creation, Dispuesto a Cambiar, produced radio strikes like “Que Lavante la Mano” and “Un Espejo.” Soon following a 2005 launch of Jesus’ third record, Todas las Mas Perdidas de Ramon Ayala, his sibling Valentin was tragically murdered. In past due 2006 Valentin, who was simply recognized to speak plainly about medication trafficking in his well-known narcocorridos, was assassinated following a overall performance in Reynosa. The criminal offense left Jesus because the just living recording designer from the Elizalde family members and the guts of a press storm. While going efforts to pay for his lost dad and sibling tribute through recordings and programs for any museum, Jesus authorized a cope with Fonovisa for the discharge of his following creation. Corazon de Acero premiered in 2007 alongside his 1st single going to the Billboard graphs, “Culpable o No.”

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Full Name El Flaco Elizalde
Music Songs Culpable o No, Quién Fuera, A Mi Hermano, Rey Sin Reina, Tu Nuevo Payaso, Seras Mia, Triple Lavado, El Tercer Jalon, Saldras de Mi Mente, El Aparatito, Amor Casual, Mafioso de Corazón, Miguel Salcido, Meti Las Cuatro, Su Mama Tuvo la Culpa, El Sr. B. R., La Troca Prestada, Corazón De Acero, La Vida Del Hombre, Para Los Dos, Luis Macarena, El Regreso de la Troca Prestada, Regalado Amante, Dos Camionetas Blindadas, Se Me Deshizo El Corazon, Compadre Luis, Corrido del Chapito, No Pongan Nombre al Corrido, Corrido de Chayito, El Que Enamora Casadas, El Sahuaro, El Alumno
Albums Rey Sin Reina, Mafioso de Corazón, Amor Casual, Corazón De Acero, Las Viejas de Mi Apa, vol. 1

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