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In celebration of Mexico's Independence Day, traditional Mexican music 🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽

May 5th September 16th of 1810 marked the start of Mexico's War of Independence, initiated when Father Miguel Hidalgo I. Costilla tolled his church's bells in Dolores, Guanajuato, late at night on September 15th/early morning of September 16th, asking people to uprise against the Spanish Crown, an event known as El Grito de Dolores (the Cry of Dolores), it is now celebrated across the country by ringing a bell, shouting the names of important heroes and "¡Viva México!" and eating delicious food all day long.

Here are some Mexican traditional songs that are a staple in any noche Mexicana, while enjoying some pozole and downing Tequila shots


Juan Gabriel, el Divo de Juárez cannot be absent from any playlist on Independence Day.


Rocío Dúrcal, known as "the most Mexican Spaniard woman", and life-long friend of Juan Gabriel, has many hits like La Gata Bajo La Lluvia but for this theme's sake, this bop is on the list.


"The Sun of Mexico", Luis Miguel, is a Mexican heartthrob and cross-generational icon that inspired a Netflix series on his life.


Alejandro Fernández comes from a very famous lineage in traditional Mexican music, having many ranchero song hits under his belt.


Tex-Mex Queen, Selena and her bop couldn't miss this list as well


Hailing from iconic pop band, Timbiriche, Thalía gives us this bop celebrating the way Mexicans share our passionate love with our lovers.


Cumbia group Los Ángeles Azules, released covers of their own songs in collaboration with many singers, like Belinda, and tapatía singer, Ximena Sariñana, who helped give a new spin to this classic always present in any party.


Hailing from Mazatlán, Sinaloa, and representing the banda genre, Banda MS brings us this heartfelt song ideal for when you're drunk at 4 am and feeling some kinda way


With a mariachi and pop fusion, Paulina Rubio, "La Chica Dorada", cries out her love for the emblematic Mexican drink and to forget her heartbreaks.


How will you celebrate, Mexican ONTD?

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