“Colorados” marks Bo Bundy’s first release with the L.A.-based imprint that’s famous for leading the corridos tumbados movement. He announced his signing with Rancho Humilde last month, and just in time for Latinx Heritage Month, we’re getting a taste of this new partnership.
Bo Bundy’s frequent producer Vaccid helmed “Colorados.” The song opens like a traditional Mexican conjunto before the real beat drops. The Houston native lets out a seemingly weed-driven cough and says, “Que arriba la delincuencia.” The sound shifts to a beat reminiscent of Puff Daddy’s “It’s All About the Benjamins” with a Latin trap influence. That conjunto kick faintly returns on the chorus where Bo Bundy boasts about his red eyes. This is fresh regional Mexican music in 2020 and Bo is doing both sides of the border proud.
“Everything just feels surreal, like I’m going to wake up any second,” Bo Bundy told Remezcla last month about signing to Rancho Humilde. “But I also feel like I belong here, like this is my place.”