Since releasing their debut album in 2004, Los Buitres de Culiacan have garnered a massive audience because of their gritty “alterna movimiento” make of norteño music, offering provocative narcocorridos and bittersweet, often explicit like music. The quartet (vocalist and accordionist Eduardo Sánchez Reyes, guitarist Eulogio Jesus Sosa, bassist Juan Carlos Ochoa, and percussionist Luis Gerardo Sanchez) emerged jointly in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico in the first 2000s. They started playing for various other kids within their community, then at regional celebrations from wedding ceremonies to birthdays, and lastly in night clubs. The music picture in Culiacan is normally competitive and phrase about another hot band moves fast. They released a slew of albums you start with 2004’s Que Function la Bolsita and Single Em fun??o de Mi and 2005’s Corazon Rebelde. Famed companies Adolfo & Omar “Los Cuates” Valenzuela (aka the Twins) agreed upon the group to General Latino, and helmed the record Palabra de Acero. Filled up with strong narcocorridos performed in swaggering norteño design and balanced by way of a handful of ballads, the record was popular from the container. Los Buitres’ relentless touring paid with chart achievement in addition to live albums En Vivo Fiesta del Cachetes and En Vivo en Culiacan. Un Rey los Vicios no Tengas Miedo (and its own strike one, “Las Females Mafia”) found its way to 2008. Their tour had taken these to Southern California, where they had taken viewers and radio by surprise, therefore a live record of earlier materials, Me Muero de Ganas, premiered. This was accompanied by Cero Miedo in ’09 2009. This year 2010, the music group released Asociacion Antrax, which boasted the strike “Corazon Polito” in addition to subterranean singles such as for example “Demonios Empecherados,” “Sexo en la Troca,” as well as the anthemic “Los Nuevos Terroristas.” In addition they collaborated with Un Komander (Alfredo Rios) for the strike solitary “Corrido Tamrindo,” and in addition lowered the full-lengths Corazón de Pollito and Los Buitres con Tololoche. Que Part la Bolsita was reissued in 2011 because of viewers demand, as was the brand new documenting Armandos Hasta un Tronco. Within an unpredicted move, Los Buitres turned gears and released a assortment of songs from the past due narcocorrido vocalist and songwriter Chalino Sanchez entitled Tributo al Mas Grande Chalino Sanches: Lo Mejor de Ayer, Hoy con Siempre. This arranged included the strike “Gallo de Sinaloa.” It had been back to focus on their own materials in 2013. The pre-release solitary “Borracho de Amor” was released in January, accompanied by the full-length Simplemente Buitres in March, the live En Vivo Desde Culiacan, Vol. 2 in August, as well as the high-charting, pre-release solitary, “Mejor Soltero” (and its own strike video) for Territorio Buitres, that was released in January of 2014.