Video: Natanayel Kano…’You are the angel who came to rehabilitate me’

Thousands of fans, mainly young people, last night saw Manuel L. Gathered at Almanza Stadium to support their Sonoran idol, featured rapper and founder of the controversial Garritos Tumbatos, Natanel ‘El Nada’ Cano.

An eventful evening began at seven in the afternoon at the iconic baseball stadium located in Ciudad Deportiva with opening groups such as La Cuatra.

At 11:45 PM Cano appeared on stage wearing a cream-white tracksuit and a blue cap. He turned on “La Plebata” and they roared their talent, sometimes they cleverly released “Forjato” and its vague aromas on public and VIP tickets. Cano restrained himself and didn’t do the same on stage.

The archetypal rapper, popular among some of the older generation of youth in Mexico, the United States and Central America, blasted popular songs from his discography such as AMG, Amor Tumbao, CH and La Pizza off his truly rugged chest. The album, and ultimately, is perhaps the most anticipated one and it certainly costs “Blue Horn” a cat’s hair well.

The cover of “Mi Bello Angel” was not received with the same enthusiasm, but it was clear that “Los Plebes Natas” was well known, not because it was romantic, but because it was “dedicated to an angel who fell from the sky.” … “You came to “rehabilitate me, rehabilitate me.” This is what the lyrics say:

You are the sweetest, most beautiful creature

My beautiful angel who fell from the sky

I’m a lucky poor devil

Who was able to receive you by divine work

Well, I looked for you in every corner

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You are the only person who cheers me up

My cheerleader, I lose my way because of you

Every moment I leave this world feeling like you

Between heaven and hell

Only one place, only one pit

I lose my rhythm when you abandon me

I’m lonely without you, oh

You came to reform me, to rehabilitate me

My beautiful angel, I am lost

I feel that I am another person after you

I don’t know myself, what happened to me?

That’s why I’m telling you

You are the only person who cheers me up

My cheerleader, I lose my way because of you

Every moment I leave this world feeling like you

Between heaven and hell

Only one place, only one pit

I lose my rhythm when you abandon me

I’m alone without you

You are the only person who cheers me up

My cheerleader, I lose my way because of you

Every moment I leave this world feeling like you

Between heaven and hell

Only one place, only one pit

I lose my rhythm when you abandon me

I’m alone without you.

Today “El Nada” will play in Ciudad Ju├írez, where regular fans are also waiting for him.

Gillian Patton

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