AK-7

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AK-7
Origin Mexico Zacatecas
Genres Duranguense
Latin pop
Norteño
Instruments Vocals
Years active May 28, 2007–present
Labels Univision
Associated acts K-Paz de la Sierra
Members

Alfredo Hernandez - vocals
Rafael Solís - keyboard
Armando J. Rodríguez - tambourine
Luis Vidales - keyboard
Carmelo Gamboa - drums
Oscar Ledezma - keyboard

Kareem Lopez- Vocals
Past members Gerardo Ramirez

AK-7, also known as "The Musical Phenomenon", is a Mexican band formed in 2007. They released their first album with ten songs, three of them unpublished and a bonus track.

History[edit]

On May 28, 2007, seven long-time members of the group of K-Paz De La Sierra, left because of disputes with the former lead singer Sergio Gómez, and formed a new group named AK-7.[1] The name is derived from "Antes K-Paz" and the number of members that left. They released their first album soon after, El Avion de Las Tres, following their first single of the same name "El Avion De Las Tres".

On April 1, 2008, AK-7 announced they were recording a new album called Renaciendo. Singles from the album were "Digale" and "Hotel De Carretera".

On July 7, 2009, AK-7 released their third album, Reafirmando El Vuelo, with the singles "Loco Enamorado" and "El Diferente".

On November 10, 2010, AK-7 released their fourth album, Locura Romatica, with the singles "Dame Un Beso Y Dime Adios" and "Locura Automatica".

Members[edit]

  • Alfredo Hernandez- vocals
  • Kareem Lopez- vocals
  • Oscar Ledezma- keyboard
  • Jesus DonJuan - keyboard
  • Rafael Solís - keyboard
  • Armando J. Rodríguez - tambourine
  • Javier Burciaga - keyboard
  • Carmelo Gamboa - drums

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 2007: "El Avion De Las Tres"
  • 2007: "La Llamada"
  • 2008: "Este Corazon Llora"
  • 2008: "Digale"
  • 2009: "Hotel de Carretera"
  • 2009: "Loco Enamorado"
  • 2010: "El Diferente"
  • 2010: "Dame un Beso Y Dime Adios"
  • 2011: "Locura Automatica"

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