With Latin Grammy week in full swing, let’s speak about El Fantasma. The Regional Mexican singer is a part of the brand new wave of “Mexillennials” taking on the style.
With a profession that spans lower than 5 years, his romantic songs and gritty narcocorridos have nabbed him and his band, Equipo Armado, their first-ever Latin Grammy nomination for finest banda album with their album En El Camino.
On the celebration streak, his single “Dolor y Amor” entered the Latin Regional Airplay chart, ascending 14-10 on the Nov. 17-dated chart. This is the artist’s fifth prime 10 on the Latin Regional Airplay chart.
Check out his 5 prime 10 Streets Talkin hits in chronological order beneath:
“Mi 45” (as El Fantasma y Banda Populares de Llano) peaked at No. 6 on the May 13, 2017-dated chart
“Vengo a Aclarar” (as El Fantasma y Banda Populares de Llano) peaked at No. three on the Sept. 9, 2017-dated chart
“El Corrido del Nano” peaked at No. 7 on the March three, 2018-dated chart
“En El Camino” peaked at No. 7 on the Sept. 1, 2018-dated chart
“Dolor y Amor” peaked at No. 10 on the Nov. 17, 2018-dated chart