La Yegros (true name Mariana Yegros) is a Argentine singer, rapper, songwriter, and saving musician, widely regarded with the Latin American and Western european membership press seeing that “The First Female of Electro Cumbia,” located in Buenos Aires and France. That superlative, nevertheless, flattering is relatively restricting: La Yegros’ music crisscrosses Latin American and North African folk customs, tropical pop, reggae, hip-hop, dancehall, and chamamé to generate its frenetic dance genre. Chamamé can be a exotic music custom; it’s her parents brought with these to Beunos Aires from Misones, a province close to the Argentinean boundary with Brazil. Mariana was subjected to it from enough time she was created. Mariana possesses a formal musical education: she researched on the Conservatory of Morón, within a suburb of Buenos Aires. In 1998 she went to a talent present and chosen a profession in music. She shaped her first music group, De Martinas, which mixed folk music using the burgeoning seems of electro-pop. Her professional debut had not been with her music group however in an Argentine experimental theatre creation of De la Guarda before 15,000 people. In 2003, she produced her documenting debut on maker and composer Gaby Kerpel’s (aka Ruler Coya) Carnabailito recording, released internationally by Warner Bros. She became Kerpel’s most respected collaborator. They created the music group Terraplén, and released a self-titled recording for Universal this year 2010. It had been made by fellow Argentine Gustavo Santaolalla. That music group worked well the Buenos Aires golf club scene, growing its status and range with wide-ranging music and an inexhaustible groove, and finally growing into La Yegros. Upon the discharge of her Ruler Coya-produced debut Viene de Mi for ZZX in 2013, the recording became a feeling around the global radio and golf club scene. It resulted in the music group touring around Latin America, European countries, North Africa, Mexico, as well as the U.S. playing in cluybs and before festival-sized viewers. In 2014, the monitor “Un Bendito” was found in the soundtrack for the gaming FIFA World Glass Brazil. In 2015, the music group — once again with Ruler Coya as arranger and manufacturer and a big list of program music artists and guests (including Santaolalla, Sabina Sciubba of Brazilian Women, and vocalist Olivier Araste of Lindigo) — inserted Stomba Studios in Bueno Aires, and surfaced with Magnetismo. The record premiered by Mls Cleret’s Soundway Information in March 2016.