- Performer:Lupillo Rivera
- Title:Y Sigue la Vendimia
- Style:Mexican Traditions,Norteno
- Date of release:September 4, 2001
- Recording location:Cintas Acuario Recording
- Size FLAC version1674 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1556 megabytes
- Size WMA version1801 megabytes
- Formats:FLAC AAC TTA WAV MP4 MP1
Studio album by Lupillo Rivera. Y Sigue la Vendimia appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Latin. Music Theme: Vacation.
Guadalupe Rivera Saavedra better known by the stage name Lupillo Rivera is a Mexican-American singer-songwriter. In 2010, Rivera was awarded a Grammy Award for his album, Tu Esclavo y Amo. His older sister was the late singer and actress Jenni Rivera. In 2019, he was one of the coaches for the first season of the Mexican singing competition show, La Voz on TV Azteca after being acquired from Televisa after 7 seasons.
Artist: Lupillo Rivera. Album: Y Sigue la Vendimia. Y Sigue la Vendimia: Best 2 songs. Lupillo Rivera - Dos Celulares 02:12. Lupillo Rivera - Carlos Parra Ramirez 03:09. Lupillo Rivera: best 2 tracks. Lupillo Rivera - El Moreño 14 Exitos, 2000 02:54. Lupillo Rivera - Chaka de Culiacan El Moreño, 2009 02:26. Artist: Lupillo Rivera.
Rivera was born in La Barca, Jalisco to Rosa Saavedra and Pedro Rivera Career. Rivera initially wanted to be a restaurateur. However, his father, Pedro Rivera, was a recording label/studio owner (Cintas Acuario). Wanting to give his son a hands-on business experience, Rivera hired his son Lupillo to work at the studio when a contracted singer failed to show up for a recording session. 1999 – Puros Corridos Macizos. 2000 – El Toro de Corridos. 2001 – El Señor de los Cielos. 2001 – Y Sigue La Vendimia. 2001 – Cartel De Tijuana. 2001 – Veinte Mujeres.
Despreciado (En. Unappreciated) is the title of a studio album released in 2001 by performer Lupillo Rivera. This album became his first number-one album in the Billboard Top Latin Albums. Also won two Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2002. In the same year, it won the award for Regional Mexican Album of the Year at the 14th Lo Nuestro Awards ceremony. This track listing from Billboard. Tomando y Tomando (Martín Ruvalcaba) - 2:27. Despreciado (José Alfredo Jiménez) - 2:50.
Lupillo's uncle was a semi-famous professional boxer, known as El Toro Rivera to Mexican boxing fans. By 1999, Lupillo began to sing using his own name. By then, he had already signed with Sony Discos. His star began to rise meteorically at that point. In 2001, he was awarded a Premios lo Nuestro. By 2010, nearly a decade into his career, Rivera had received various Grammy and Latin Grammy nominations for his work, that same year, he was awarded a Grammy Award for his album, Tu Esclavo y Am. . 2001 – Gabino Barrera – Cartel De Tijuana. 2001 – Sufriendo a Solas. 2002 – Amorcito Corazón. 2002 – Los Hermanos Más Buscados.
Contrataciones: México Jorge Torres: +52 1 3312208264 EUA Abraham Flores: +1 951 553 5907. AboutSee all. Contact Lupillo Rivera on Messenger. com/watch?v C95SmlCTkTY.
Lupillo Rivera is a charting, award-winning Mexican singer, producer, and songwriter. The younger brother of the late icon Jenni Rivera, he is affectionately known as "El Toro del Corrido" in honor of his uncle ("El Toro"), a famous Mexican boxer. Rivera, like his sister, is a traditional Mexican Regional singer of banda - lively Mexican roots music that originated in the 19th century and is recognizable in the modern era by its reliance on wind and brass instruments and percussion. In 2002, his album Despreciado, and its title track, won Best Regional Mexican Album and Single of the Year, and he was voted Mexican Male Artist of the Year at Lo Nuestro Awards. The following year he was nominated for Best Male Artist again, as well as Banda Artist of the Year, and his album Amorcito Corazón was nominated for Regional Mexican album.
CreditsD.A.R. - Composer
José Ontiveros Meza - Composer
Lupillo Rivera - Arranger, Composer, Primary Artist
Pedro Rivera - Producer
Edgar "El Abuelo" Rodríguez - Engineer
|1||Los Maliyas Lupillo Rivera||Lupillo Rivera||2:40|
|2||El Pelotero Lupillo Rivera||Lupillo Rivera||2:38|
|3||Raznido del Chanate Lupillo Rivera||Lupillo Rivera||2:25|
|4||Corrido de los Sanchez D.A.R.||Lupillo Rivera||2:46|
|5||El Mats Bueyes Lupillo Rivera||Lupillo Rivera||2:56|
|6||Carlos Parra Ramirez Lupillo Rivera||Lupillo Rivera||3:09|
|7||El Cocinero Lupillo Rivera||Lupillo Rivera||2:25|
|8||Dos Celulares José Ontiveros Meza||Lupillo Rivera||2:12|
|9||El Viejillo y los Chavalos Lupillo Rivera||Lupillo Rivera||2:50|
|10||Chaparrita Pelo Largo D.A.R.||Lupillo Rivera||2:36|