Lenin Ramírez

Jesús Lenin Cota Ramírez (born January 24, 1989), better known as Lenin Ramírez, is a singer and songwriter of Mexican regional music. He began his music career in 2010 as a member of El Comando de Sinaloa, and a few years later, he launched his solo career with Mi Conquista (2015). Success came quickly, as the same year he achieved success with Siempre Firme (2015). Later came Mi Puño y Letra, Las vueltas de la Vida and Bendecido. He has collaborated with numerous artists and written for various bands. Yo ya no vuelvo contigo, Rolling One, Recordando a Manuel and Hierba de Receta are some of his most well-known songs.

In March 2015, Lenin ventured into solo career with his first album Mi Conquista, which included thirteen tracks, among which stood out: El Famoso Chino Antrax, Me traes Loquito, La Fuga del Jefe, Recuerdos del R and El Mexicolombiano. Fame came quickly, that same year Lenin reached the top of the charts with his second album Siempre Firme, in which hits such as La Viuda Negra, Hay que Tomar, La Vez de las Huertas and El Señor Zambada appeared. Lenin had arrived with everything and this was just the beginning of a very successful career.

Other tracks from the album were collaborations El Rojo with Grupo Rebeldía and Mi Borrachita with Revólver Cannabis. A year later, he returned with Mi Puño y Letra (2016), an album from which songs like Gracias por existir, El Más Chico De Los Anthrax, El Camarón and La Calentura emerged. Later he released Voy Pa Adelante and in 2017, the album Las Vueltas de la Vida arrived, with songs like La Vida del Hombre, El Míster, El Bayo and El Muchachon.