Miami, FL — Intocable scores yet another milestone today with a Premio Lo Nuestro nomination in the Norteña Song of the Year-Regional Mexican category for their indelible hit “Si Me Duele Que Duela.”
With a total of 23 awards to their credit and a Lifetime Achievement Award bestowed in 2019, the incomparable group is the most awarded of their genre in the history of the awards.
“It is an honor to be recognized with this nomination for a song that has been received in such a beautifully unexpected way and that people have liked so much. That unconditional support from those who listen to us is the reason why we continue to give our best,” said the leader of the group Ricardo Muñoz.
Intocable is putting the final touches on their highly-anticipated next album from which this single emerges. Likewise, the group continues its Evolución Tour throughout the United States and Mexico.
The 35th edition of Premio lo Nuestro will take place on February 23 in Miami, Florida, and will air live on Univision.
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