16 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Gerardo Ortíz is that rare crossover sensation who refuses to reject his roots, and Comeré Callado, Vol. 1 is another vital twist on norteño tradition. Infamous for his antics and infectious sense of rhythm, he plays with the fiercely joyful drive of his idols on hard-driving corridos like "Palma Salazar," while also bringing a seductive polish to gorgeous ballads like “Para Qué Lastimarme." But even with the album’s radio-friendly gleam, you can always hear Ortíz’s deep love for the rough and rowdy vibe of classic norteño.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Gerardo Ortíz is that rare crossover sensation who refuses to reject his roots, and Comeré Callado, Vol. 1 is another vital twist on norteño tradition. Infamous for his antics and infectious sense of rhythm, he plays with the fiercely joyful drive of his idols on hard-driving corridos like "Palma Salazar," while also bringing a seductive polish to gorgeous ballads like “Para Qué Lastimarme." But even with the album’s radio-friendly gleam, you can always hear Ortíz’s deep love for the rough and rowdy vibe of classic norteño.

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