Los Farmerz is a Mexican regional music band from Perris, California that formed in 2021. Their songs “Sin Parar” and “Señor Miedo” have millions of views and downloads on digital platforms. The band’s other popular songs include “Los Vargas”, “El Mando”, “El Muchacho De Las Cajas”, “El Halcon”, and “El Michoacano”. Los Farmerz has a distinctive style that combines conventional sounds with modern components.

15) Los Alegres del Barranco

Originating from Badiraguato, Sinaloa, Los Alegres Del Barranco have risen to international acclaim. Established in 2005 by Armando Moreno, José Carlos Moreno and Cristóbal Reyes, Los Alegres Del Barranco very quickly gained attention for their talent and dedication. Their public debut at a quniceañera marked the beginning of a remarkable trajectory in the music industry.

The group’s inaugural album Morenita De Ojos Negros, in 2008 was the first in a string of hits. Tracks like “El Panal” and “Hasta Naranjas Vendía” endeared them to Mexican audiences and earned international recognition. Through the years, the group has released an impressive discography – from Con Toloche and Corridos Pa’ La Clika to Me Dan Celos and Yo Te Advertí, Los Alegres Del Barranco have showcased their immense talents and versatility. Iconic songs like “La Gente del Chapo,” “El Encierro de Joaquín,” and “El Costal Lleno de Piedras” have secured their status as northern regional genre pillars.

The group is comprised of Armando Moreno on vocals and sixth bass, José Moreno on accordion and vocals, José Carlos Moreno on bass and Cristóbal Reyes on drums. They continue to scale new heights with releases such as Cruzando Fronteras and Puras Viejitas pa’ Pistear, solidifying their status as beloved icons in the northern regional music scene.