Cinq Music has announced a new partnership with Street Mob Records to cement its dominance in the regional Mexican genre.
Street Mob Records was founded by chart-topper Fuerza Regida’s lead singer, Jesus Ortiz Paz. This new partnership includes ambitious plans to support Street Mob’s roster exposure, new talent discovery, and upcoming new music releases. The debut release under the new partnership is Chino Pacas’ “Yo Preferí Chambear,” which dropped earlier this month.
“We have worked with Cinq for years and know that they’re committed to the genre,” adds Ortiz Paz. “It’s only natural that we should partner with them to grow and expand Street Mob—combining their infrastructure, experience, and reach with our talent.”
Street Mob Records began working with Cinq Music through the label’s long-standing partnership with Rancho Humilde and Jimmy Humilde. The new partnership expands this relationship with a dedicated team around Street Mob’s own efforts.
Street Mob Records is hoping to grow the new generation of regional Mexican music acts that are taking the genre to a global audience. Chino Pacas has become a strong voice and representative of the rising corridos tumbados genre. With his hits “Dijeron Que No Lo Iba a Lograr” and “Los Verdes,” he has reached #8 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists charts. His latest hit, “El Gordo Trae Mando” appeared on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and has spent 14 weeks on the Mexico Songs chart. He has amassed over 250 million streams on Spotify and 100 million on YouTube.
The record label’s impressive roster includes Mexican singer-songwriter Juanpa Salazar, Calle 24, and Angel Tumbado.
“We bet on people, not just music, and it’s obvious that Jesus Ortiz Paz is going to carry his success as an artist into his label,” adds Cinq Music President Barry Daffurn. “We are excited to team up with Street Mob Records to accelerate their growth. Cinq already brings billions of streams a month to the music world—now we’re going to add incredible fuel to that fire with these important artists.”