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Music | Humilde de Abolengo

Check out Código FN's new single, Humilde de Abolengo!

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It’s not every day that a hit song addresses such weighty issues, and yet that’s exactly what Código FN have done in their new single, “Humilde De Abolengo.”

The lyrics are insightful and sad, addressing poverty, hunger, and injustice. “Cuando era niño/antes no tenía nada (When I was a boy I had nothing),” are the opening lines. “Nací con hambre (I was born hungry)” is sung later.

Yet the song also talks about a drive to make something out of oneself. “Las injusticias/de la vida he superado/porque al trabajo/yo jamás me le he rajado/aquí seguimos/trabajando día con día (I have overcome the injustices of life, work I’ve never cracked, because we work everyday).”

It’s a deeply personal song for vocalist Javier Cuen, who penned the piece.

“When I was a child I had nothing,” said Cuen in a press release. “[But] I was born hungry to succeed.”

It’s a song that is sure to resonate with anyone who is going through a hard time. As Cuen sings in the song, “Nunca se olviden/cuando hay vida/hay esperanza (Never forget there is hope in life).”

Check out the single today and be on the lookout for their upcoming album. And as always, be sure to follow Latin é for the latest in Latino Entertainment.


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About the author:

Aleida Fernandez is a recent graduate from Whitman College where she studied history and music. She was an active member of the student newspaper, The Pioneer, and during her senior year, was the Publisher of the organization. More recently, she interned at The Smithsonian as a research assistant and at Federal Computer Week, a federal IT magazine. Aleida currently works at the American Institutes for Research as an Editorial Assistant.

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