MARCA P and BECKY G
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The Regional Mexican anthem for broken hearts, “Ya Acabó” conquered Latin superstar, Becky G. The sad sierreño by Marca MP is deeply felt with the remix version and demonstrates two sides of the story as told by Becky G as she sings her side of the story in this heartbreak sierreño song
Marca MP, a group originally from Modesto and Patterson, California, is connecting borders with their music. From the south of the United States to the center of Mexico, you can hear the stories from this group made up of: Diógenes Bojórquez (guitar), Iván Valarde (harmony), Esteban Salcedo (Tuba) and Pedro Vargas “El Chato” (vocalist) who is considered one of the best singers within the sierreño and corrido genre.
This story comes together with Becky G, the Californian singer with Jalisciense origins. The singer of “MAMIII“, “Fulanito” and urban pop classic such as “Mayores” who reconnected with her roots and the stories of her compatriot Marca MP and joined the group with the remix for, “Ya Acabó” a version that makes the bitterness of heartbreak feel less bitter.
The video was filmed in the California desert landscapes of the northern highways, where the borders of broken hearts bring together two artists who sound like they were born to collaborate like Marca MP and Becky G.
The original version of, “Ya Acabó” has over 190 M streams on Spotify and on TikTok it was used on over 56.8k videos. The original video is #12 on the most popular video music chart