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Remmy Valenzuela, who was featured on The New York Times’ Best Songs of 2015, is hitting 2016 strong!


Last year, Remmy Valenzuela took the world by storm with his hit, Por Qué Me Ilusionaste? The young Mexican corrido singer went to great lengths to master the art of romantic ballads, and his hard work paid off in the form of international success, accolades, and sales. In fact, he ended 2015 at the top of the physical sales and iTunes charts, and even appearing on the New York Times’ Best Songs of 2015 list with Por Qué Me Ilusionaste?. He was the only Latino & Regional Mexican artist to be included on this list, which mostly featured stars like Adele, Kendrick Lamar, and Justin Bieber.


With this rapid rise to the top, it’s no wonder that fans are clamouring for the next big thing from Remmy, who is gearing up to promote his new album, Mi Princesa, available now in the U.S. and Mexico.

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As Latin é's Editor-in-Chief, Caitlin believes in quality over quantity, doing things right the first time, and humming to herself during difficult tasks. A true Texan at heart, she also believes in the power of cowboy boots, that the stars at night should always be big and bright, and that everything (especially the food) is bigger in Texas. When she's not writing or editing she enjoys curling up to read a good book (or three), going on grand adventures (the more walking involved, the better) with her adoring and adorable husband, bright colors (in clothes, cooking, and everything else), and going barefoot. She likes her food spicy, her music soulful, and her news breaking. You can read more of her work on her website, www.themathom-house.com!


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