Given birth to in Southern California but raised in Sinaloa, Mexico, corrido vocalist Roberto Tapia entered the prestigious Sinaloa college called Difocur in a young age group, where he studied clarinet. While learning the clarinet, Tapia was hesitant to display his skills. But after coaxing from relatives and buddies, he began carrying out at numerous dancehalls and receptions. At 17, he produced his professional debut in Tijuana, Mexico alongside un Lobito de Sinaloa. In 2001, Tapia started assembling music artists for his debut recording. Mixing details of hip-hop and electronica, it made an appearance on Sony in August 2002. Although he toured throughout Mexico, america, and Latin America, he didn’t record very much until 2008 brought Los Amigos del M on Machete Music. Many releases adopted on Fonovisa, including 2009’s Un Nino de la Tuna, 2010’s La Batalla, and two produces in 2011, Un Corrido del Niño along with a live record. Tapia’s achievement grew steadily but steadily, thanks a lot in part towards the stamina of narcocorridos like “Un Nino de la Tuna,” which comprehensive the life span of Chapo Guzman. Tapia finally struck silver in 2012 with Un Muchacho. “Mirando al Cielo” topped the Regional Mexican graph on Billboard, as well as the record became his initial to hit number 1 on Billboard’s Latin Albums graph; in addition, it reached the pop albums graph.