Today marks the release of “El Amor De Mi Vida,” the latest single by La Adictiva, the legendary Sinaloan brass banda. This is the third single from La Adictiva‘s forthcoming album, and promises to be just as massive as its most recent tracks, “Con Todo Incluido” and “En Peligro de Extinción.” The band has achieved 12 straight #1 hits on the Regional Mexican airplay charts in Mexico and the United States.
“El Amor De Mi Vida” is written by the renowned composer Horacio Palencia, who has crafted a ballad that fits perfectly with the band’s style.
Also today, the music video for “El Amor De Mi Vida” debuts on La Adictiva‘s YouTube channel. It was filmed on location in Copala, Sinaloa, a silver-mining town founded over four centuries ago whose historic atmosphere gives the plot and visuals a magic touch.
“El Amor De Mi Vida” is available on all digital-music platforms and is receiving airplay in Mexico and the U.S.
There’s no doubt that fans will love this new song and will be singing along to it with La Adictiva as the band performs it in its upcoming shows: April 14 at El Palenque de Texcoco, Mexico; May 18 for its first-ever concert at Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater; and June 22 at Domo Care in Monterrey, Nuevo León.