Oscar de la Rosa of the legendary, Grammy award-winning group La Mafia was the latest artist to join another powerhouse group Intocable for the Tejano/Norteno band’s series of Friday quarantine music videos. The frontman for La Mafia joined Intocable lead vocalist/accordionist Ricardo Muñoz in a La Mafia hit and Cornelio Reyna classic, “Si Tu Supieras.”
The two artists’ voices blended well with Muñoz’s strong, raw sound and De La Rosa’s smooth, seasoned vocals evoking the passion of the original song.
In addition to the unique pairing of De La Rosa and Muñoz, Muñoz’s accordion licks stood out and stole the show. A seemingly ageless De La Rosa looked slim and sleek in a black shirt and black jacket, wearing a black baseball cap and black-rimmed glasses.
Watch the video below and view other videos Intocable has produced for its Friday series at the Intocable Experience YouTube channel.
Since May 29, Intocable has hosted the live performances on Friday as a way for fans to enjoy music amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Several artists have joined Intocable lead vocalist and accordionist Ricardo Munoz for duets, mostly of Intocable hits, but today’s video featured a La Mafia standard, “Si Tu Supieras.”
Other artists who have joined Munoz and Intocable include Eliseo Robles, Luis “Louie” Padilla, and Oscar Ivan Trevino.
Intocable’s drive-in concerts are another way the group is keeping live music around during the quarantine. Visit the group’s website and social media for upcoming dates, including a July 25 show at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie, Texas.
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