El Flaco and El Mimoso


23 Nov
8:00 pm

Luis Ángel, better known as “El Flaco,” has been one of the most distinguished voices in banda music for more than two decades. With his charismatic voice, he marked the era of one of the most transcendental bands of the genre until he launched his solo career in 2020. His first single “Reflexión” gained great popularity among audiences in Mexico and the U.S.

He went on to record several songs with Grupo Firme: “El Tiemp no perdona,” “Para ti papa,” and “El que te amó,” which reached nearly 100 million views on YouTube, in addition to the success of “Hasta la miel Amarga,” which has more than 356 million views on YouTube and more than 125 million downloads on Spotify. He’s also collaborated with other prominent regional Mexican artists such as Pancho Barrza, Banda Cuisillos, and more. In 2022, “El Flaco” premiered “Y si se quiere ir,” a song that catapulted his career with more than 151 million views on YouTube.

“El Mimoso” (Luis Antonio López) joined various bands such as “La Original Banda Limón” Banda Gallo and Banda Nueva Ilusión. As a member of Mexico’s famous La Banda Recodo, his star continued to rise. In 2009, the singer went solo under the name “El Mimoso” and self-released his debut album Ámame, which climbed Mexico’s Monitor Latino charts.

Since then. “El Mimoso” has continued to record, and he has written for artists such as Jenni Rivera, Julio Preciado and Saul “El Jaguar” Alarcón.