An Original Composition by Armando Ramos, guitarist and
backing vocal of Calibre 50.
In a Regional Mexican-music market increasingly dominated by young fans, Calibre 50 leads the way with its hot-selling new single “Amor Del Bueno” (Good Love), which debuts at #1 on the Billboard Regional Mexican Digital Songs chart this week.
“Amor Del Bueno” also makes a big leap on Billboard Regional Mexican Airplay, with its success at radio earning it the official Greatest Gainer designation.
Written by the SESAC Latina-affiliated artists Karenia Cervantes and Armando Ramos, Calibre 50’s guitarist and backing vocalist, “Amor Del Bueno” is the first single from the group’s forthcoming album Desde El Rancho (From the Ranch). As the title suggests, this album emphasizes the rural roots of this band’s musical inspiration.
“Amor Del Bueno” features an outstanding vocal performance by Calibre 50’s lead singer and accordionist Edén Muñoz. Also a SESAC Latina-affiliated artist, he has written such chart-toppers as “Préstamela A Mí” (Lend Her To Me, performed by Calibre 50), and “Ya Te Perdí La Fe” (I Already Lost Faith In You, performed by Arrolladora Banda El Limón de René Camacho).
The most progressive performing-rights association in the industry boasts creative talent in other Latin genres as well. These outstanding artists are capturing the imagination of young music-lovers in the United States and Puerto Rico.
A perfect example is Nicky Jam, whose song “Hasta El Amanecer” (Until Dawn) is in its 13th big week at #1 on the Billboard Latin Streaming Songs chart, making it the undisputed champion among digital-music fans.