Rising pop-rock band Los 5 has released their debut single “Mexico” on iTunes and other leading digital outlets. The debut song on Virgin Records/Capitol Music Group was produced by Andrew Watt (Cody Simpson) and The Elev3n (Karmin, Sean Kingston) with Virgin Chief Ron Fair serving as executive producer. A full Spanish-language version written by Paty Cantú (Lu) and produced by Aureo Baqueiro (Alejandro Fernandez) will be released shortly. To download “Mexico” on iTunes visit: http://smarturl.it/L5MexicoiTunes.
“The song ‘Mexico’ is inspired by a personal experience and those who long for self-discovery and love. This is our way of paying homage to the country, its culture, and people.” – Los 5
Though hailing from Latin America, Los 5 grew up in the United States. The quintet is made up of lead vocalist Juan Pablo Casillas, 21, from Aguascalientes, Mexico; rapping vocalist Matt Rey, 22, from Buenos Aires, Argentina; guitarist/vocalist Ismael Cano, Jr, 22, from Queretaro, Mexico; bass player Hector Rodriguez, 17, from Monterrey, Mexico; and drummer Tomás Slemenson, 22, from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Their diverse heritages create a perfect balance. An unofficial video celebrating Mexico’s national soccer’s road to the world cup is out now.
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