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You Didn’t Know That You Needed This Norteño Remake Of A My Chemical Romance Song

Teenage angst was personified when My Chemical Romance first started to play over the radio waves. Millions of teenagers finally felt seen and heard by the band that brought us hits like “Helena” and “Welcome to the Black Parade.” Get ready to relive that nostalgia with this norteño take on My Chemical Romance’s “I’m Not Okay (I Promise)” with all of the norteño vibes you can handle.

My Chemical Romance’s “I’m Not Okay (I Promise)” as a norteño bop is everything you didn’t know you needed.

Who doesn’t remember this song getting them through their teenage years? It was a band that your family never understood your liking. It was also the only band that could speak directly to your teenage emotions that you still had no control over. My Chemical Romance gave you a chance to scream at the top of your lungs without it being pointless.

The song is instantly transporting them back to altered middle school experiences.

Low key, there might be someone who’s playlists or mix CDs sounded a little like this. How many people had some norteño jams sitting next to their favorite alt-rock bops? The amount of musical range we are capable of is truly something to behold.

The unexpected musical genre mix is leaving a lasting impact on people.

Honestly, it does have a way of sticking around long after you have listened to it. The original also left a strong impression on all of us. There is no way you didn’t start singing the song when you first saw that image. It was one of the most important songs in our young lives.

The 2004 single from the alternative rock band delivered then and this is delivering now.

From the beginning of the song, there were just so many validating emotions pouring out in those first few lines. The song was from the second album from the band called “Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge.” The album went triple platinum in the U.S. There have to be 1,000,000 copies of a CD sold in order for it to make platinum and for every million they add another platinum.

One tweet really says it all.

This is just a small glimmer of hope and celebrating during a crazy time for humanity. It is something that no one realized that we needed until it was released on YouTube. To the creator, thank you for this momentary distraction.

Let’s take a moment to remember the original “I’m Not Okay (I Promise).”

You’re welcome.

READ: Bad Bunny Goes Norteño: The Latin Trap Icon Joined Corrido Star Natanael Cano To Create The Wildest Mashup

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Bolero Meets The Modern Club in Los Rivera Destino’s New Single “Castigo” with Pedro Capó

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Bolero Meets The Modern Club in Los Rivera Destino’s New Single “Castigo” with Pedro Capó

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Puerto Rican band Los Rivera Destino are back with their new single “Castigo” featuring Pedro Capó. The song is the first single from their long awaited album which is due to be released this summer.

Castigo” is the best of both worlds: fusing Bolero and Dembow, creating a fresh take on songs we would listen to at the club.

We had the chance to interview Los Rivera Destino for Latido Music by mitú, and they talked about filming the music video, songs that they would like to see with Bolero covers, working with Bad Bunny again, and more.

Check out our interview below:

Watch the music video below:

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Dimelo Flow Talks Career Beginnings, Working With Sech, Daddy Yankee and Representing Panamá at The Global Music Stage

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Dimelo Flow Talks Career Beginnings, Working With Sech, Daddy Yankee and Representing Panamá at The Global Music Stage

Welcome to Spotlight, where we do a deep dive in the careers of artists, producers, songwriters and more people making an impact in the Latin music industry.

Dimelo Flow, the Panamanian producer behind hits like “Relación Remix” and “Otro Trago“, talked to us about how he started off as a basketball prospect turned club DJ, and how his love for music led him to become a producer. Now he’s not only working with the biggest names in Reggaeton like Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, and Bad Bunny, but has his sights on making global records and putting Panamá on the map.

Watch the full interview below:

During our Spotlight interview, Dimelo also talked to us about his creative process, knowing exactly how to craft the perfect remix and where to locate each artist to create the perfect synergy on a track.

Dimelo also touched on reinventing his sound and collaborating with fellow Panamian artist Sech for his upcoming album ‘42.’

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The Avengers project cemented Dimelo Flow, Sech, Dalex, Justin Quiles, Feid and Lenny Tavarez as a force in reggaeton and took their careers to new heights. Dimelo said that they are already working on a follow-up to The Academy.

He talked to us about sliding into Tyga’s DM’s and now he wants to produce for mainstream artists, naming his dream collabs to work with Post Malone, Drake, and Travis Scott.

READ: Run Away From That Toxic Relationship with Dalex’s New Single “Feeling”

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