14 Songs, 39 Minutes


About Los Razos de Sacramento y Reynaldo

Mexican Los Razos de Sacramento, also known as los Razos, became popular due to their controversial style called narco-corrido, which is based on norteño music and combined with drug traffic-related lyrics. The band was named los Razos de Sacramento to pay tribute to Sara Razo, a woman who helped them get involved in the regional Mexican scene in the U.S. Formerly known as los Halcones de Michoacan, singer/songwriter Sacramento Ramírez, accordionist Reynaldo Sanabria, drummer Salvador Guillén, singer Marcos González, and bassist Baltazar Pineda made their international debut in 1995.




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