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AK and Wikid share their Michoacan/South Central Chicano-rap vision on this 2003 debut, an all-Spanish feast of punchy banda horns making peace with hardcore boom-bap. Accordion trills, tuba squelches, and occasional talk box get the party started right, while saucy Mexican idol Jenni Rivera joins the duo with gusto on the G-funky “Taquito de Ojo.” Pay special attention to the way “No Hay Manera” incorporates an expertly placed sample of Banda El Recodo’s “Te Lo Pido Por Favor” into the mix.

Customer Reviews


this cd isnt for no fake mexicans its strictly for the real!people who grew up in LOS around our people! anyone who thinks otherwise about this album maybe isnt a true mexican! these homies rap about the life they know and arent faking the funk like all the others! props to akwid

¡La Mejor!

No puedo explicar tampoco. Es un disco bueno. Mis canciones favoritas son "No Hay Manera," y "Muneca Fea." ¡Viva Akwid!

Nice Banda Mix.

I never liked Banda but i have to tell you this new mix make feel like a real pistolero, They have a perfect Rima y Ritmo pa' cualquier hispano.


Formed: 2000 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Latin Urban

Years Active: '00s

Akwid's Sergio Gomez and Francisco Gomez immigrated to California from Mexico as children and settled into the cross-cultural live wire of South Central Los Angeles. There they formed the Juvenile Style DJ crew as teens and adopted the nicknames "Wikid" (Sergio) and "AK" (Francisco). Obsessed with the beats and attitudes of American hip-hop, the Gomez brothers began to blend that sound with elements of traditional Mexican music. Blending their DJ handles to form Akwid, Sergio and Francisco focused...
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