Hahaha, some parts of California may be an extension of Mexico, but for this purpose, it won't count as Mexican music.
Still, we have Mexican hip-hop. I don't know much about hip-hop nowdays (I've heard some songs from a guy called Alemán, and Cartel de Santa is a huge act), but the most successful band when I was younger was Control Machete, and they had collaborations with Cypress Hill.
So start with their debut album, Mucho Barato. I leave you with the most cypresshillian song of the band:
Revés/Yo Soy by Café Tacuba
2 Hours, the first one almost completely instrumental. It gets compared to Kid A often, for the jump from an alternative rock sound to an experimental/electronic one. It's not easy to find, since it didn't sell well on release.
Listen to Guerra.
Hu Hu Hu by Natalia Lafourcade
I've come to find this album fantastic, but I like this art pop/indie pop phase of her career the most. So delicate. A few of the songs are in english, like Look Outside.
Listen to Cursis Melodías. _________________ Latest up to date charts:
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