Now, the Sinaloan group Marca Registrada surprised their fans and Internet users with their adaptation of the song “Neverita” in the style of the Mexican regional.
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Grupo Marca Registrada is a band that began its musical career in 2014, in the city of Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico. Álvaro Álvarez, a former member of the group (he played the sixth bass) was the one who had the idea of creating a musical band as a hobby.
It was then that he invited Fidel Castro to join and lead the group as lead singer. It is worth mentioning that before dedicating himself to music, Fidel washed cars and worked as a restaurant waiter to get ahead.
Once the band was formed, its members did not count on the fact that when they released their first album in 2015, ‘La vida en ruina’, people would like their music and their number of fans would increase over the years.
It is worth mentioning that the members of the group changed over time, but currently it is made up of four members: Fidel Osvaldo Castro (singer, accordionist and composer), Luis Fernando Medina (drums), Fidel Jiménez (electric base) and Ángel Mondragón (second voice and 12-string base guitar).
Grupo Marca Registrada surprised their fans with their cover of Bad Bunny
The concert attendees of the Sinaloan group in Chicago, Illinois, were the ones who heard the cover of ‘Neverita’, Bad Bunny’s song for the first time. Therefore, many uploaded the video clips of the moment from the different angles in which they witnessed it.
“We need that version on Spotify”, “Is there something that the Mexican regional cannot embellish?”, “I liked the song better that way”, “A collaboration with Bad Bunny is urgent”, “How beautiful it sounds, it even surpasses the original”, “With this I verify that I like Bad Bunny’s songs, but I don’t like his voice. On the other hand, Fidel’s ‘Neverita’ suits him very well”, “The song sounds very Tejano, I loved it instantly”, “The fans of the Registered Brand criticizing Bad Bunny’s songs and Fidel singing his songs”, “My tastes musical if they know each other, no matter how different they may be”, “Is there something that Fidel does not do well?” or “Like when you buy a pirated record and it’s not what you expect, but you still like it.” Those are some of the comments that can be read in the video clips.
What do you think about this new version of ‘Neverita’, Bad Bunny’s song adapted to the Mexican regional? Tell us in the comments.
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They transform Bad Bunny’s ‘Neverita’ to regional music and Internet users loved it: “It sounds better”