Gabriel and Martiniano Berrelleza, better known to the corrido and sierreno listening public as Los Cuates de Sinaloa, headed north from their hometown of La Vainilla, Sinaloa, to pursue their careers when each was 14 years old. In 2006, after years spent flirting with success, they were signed to Sony/BMG. Their stripped-down acoustic style, consisting of two guitars and electric bass, combined with their controversial lyrics about political corruption, drug trafficking, and loose U.S. borders., caught the ears of regional Mexican music fans nationwide. Political pressure and controversy notwithstanding, Los Cuates de Sinaloa continue to rise to the top of the regional Mexican heap. ~ Evan C. Gutierrez
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