Amandititita

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Amandititita
Also known as The Queen of Anar-Cumbia
Born (1979-08-03) August 3, 1979 (age 37)
Tampico, México
Genres Cumbia
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, author.
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2007-present
Labels Sony-BMG, Kin Kon Records
Website MySpace site

Amandititita is a Mexican singer and songwriter of cumbia. She is the daughter of Rodrigo Gonzalez, a noted musician.

She came to public attention in 2007 as a performer of what she called 'AnarCumbia', a style said to be entirely urban and a blend of rock, reggae, rap, and traditional Mexican cumbia. From this, she has become known as the self-proclaimed 'Queen of AnarCumbia' and claims her main inspiration to be Guillermo Fadanelli.

She was signed by Sony-BMG and released her first album, La Reina de Anarcumbia, early in 2008. The single, La Muy Muy, from this album, charted on Billboard.

The release of her second album has been announced for October 27, 2009; "La Descarada" with songs of a similar style. And more 'a your face' than the first one.

In late 2013, she released "Mala Fama" where cumbia is now with modern pop. She will be releasing her first book in 2014

In 2015, Amandititita featured as a musical guest on the El Rey network's wrestling show Lucha Underground

Discography[edit]

  • La Reina de la Anarcumbia (2008)
  • La Descarada (2009)
  • Mala Fama (2013)

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