Jimmy Gonzalez Y Grupo Mazz release ‘El Mariachi Loco’ from upcoming album [AUDIO]

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Jimmy Gonzalez Y Grupo Mazz dropped their latest single, “El Mariachi Loco,” on Wednesday.  It’s the second single released from the band’s upcoming new album Porque Todavía Te Quiero.

The track was written by Roman Palomar and is a classic cover that will have all fans of mariachi music singing and dancing away. “El Mariachi Loco” features that classic Jimmy Gonzalez Y Grupo Mazz touch with a great dance beat that is fun, wild and crazy.

The multiple Grammy and Latin Grammy winners will release their highly-anticipated new album, Porque Todavía Te Quiero, from Freddie Records on April 6.

“It is going to be awesome,” Gonzalez said about the album during a recent video posted on the Freddie Records Facebook page. “Everything that we have done, the sound quality, the studio quality, everything is great. I smell like a little Grammy next. It’s a really good CD. It’s got the Jimmy G stamp on it.”

It’s the group’s first new album in nearly two years, the follow-up to the hugely successful Que Canta El Mundo released in May 2016.  Porque Todavía Te Quiero is available for pre-order now at

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LISTEN: “El Mariachi Loco” — Jimmy Gonzalez Y Grupo Mazz






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