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La 45 talk Little Joe collaboration, perform ‘Traigo Mi .45’ on ‘Domingo Live’ [VIDEO]

The next generation of Chicano music share details on latest single and perform it for the first time.

La 45 is the next generation of Chicano music and the 10-piece band has teamed with music legend Little Joe to record an updated version of the song from which the group took its name.

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“Traigo Mi .45” is the new single from La 45 featuring Little Joe. The band, led by co-founders Mike Torres III and John Ontiveros, shared details on their latest release and performed the song on the TV show “Domingo Live” this week.

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“This song was something that John and I had in mind when we started the band,” said Torres. “This is one of the bucket list items that we had to get and the only way we were going to do it is if we got our old boss and our mentor Little Joe to be on the track.”

Torres and Ontiveros spent many years as part of Little Joe’s band La Familia and plan to continue the tradition of the Chicano music sound.

“You’re going to hear the merging of two generations,” added Torres. “We’re going to continue to carry that flag and continue to play Chicano music as far all over the world as we can.”

La 45 are scheduled to release their first full-length album in March. It will be the follow-up to their debut EP “Indita Mia” released in 2017. The band also released “Take It To The Top,” a live concert tribute album to legendary band Latin Breed in 2019.

La 45 perform “Traigo Mi .45” on “Domingo Live”

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