Peso Pluma praises Natanael Cano’s groundbreaking contribution to Mexican music

The journey of Sonora's prodigy, Natanael Cano, revolutionizing regional Mexican music, despite the odds, and inspiring peers globally.

Natanael Cano, the talented 22-year-old singer from Hermosillo, Sonora, has succeeded dramatically in the music industry. With more than 25 million monthly listeners on Spotify, he is credited with creating the “corridos tumbados,” a subgenre that has recently gained popularity.

He has also left his mark by being the first grupero artist to collaborate with Bad Bunny on the song “Soy el Diablo” and has worked with renowned electronic music stars such as Steve Aoki.

In 2022, he was part of the Coachella lineup, one of the most important stages in Indio, California.

Natanael Cano’s position in music

Despite his success, Natanael Cano has faced criticism from some colleagues and people who disagreed with his musical style. However, he has won the favor of young audiences, becoming one of the great exponents of regional Mexican music today.

In a recent interview with GQ Mexico magazine, Natanael Cano spoke fearlessly about his position in the music scene and how he and other artists, such as his friend Peso Pluma, dominate the playlists on digital platforms and social networks.

He expressed his satisfaction with Mexican artists occupying the top charts, highlighting Peso Pluma’s success and his talent to change the music scene.

Peso Pluma respects Natanael Cano

For his part, Peso Pluma, in an interview with the content creators of “Vamos a Calmarno,” expressed his respect for Natanael Cano.

He recognized that the Sonoran pioneered the development of “corridos tumbados” and that he always believed in the potential of this subgenre, despite the doubts of others. Peso Pluma considers him a star and compares him to Jay Z or Kanye West in the world of corridos.

Natanael Cano continues consolidating his musical career and influence in the industry. His innovative style and ability to connect with audiences have made him a leading figure in regional Mexican music, opening doors for new artists and demonstrating that Mexican music has an important place internationally.