Julión Álvarez songs are back on Spotify

Julian Alvarez is back with its entire musical catalog on Spotifya move that comes after the US Treasury Department removed it from the blacklist.

Faced with the good news, the Julion has offered a few words after the Twitter account of the streaming platform in Mexico made it official.

With the cover art and a playlist link, Spotify wrote: “We are very excited to announce that the discography of Julión Álvarez and his Norteño Banda, an icon of Mexican music, is available on Spotify”.

Julion, for his part, mentioned that this was another achievement in his career and that he is very happy to be able to have the tools to make his albums available to all his fans in the world, who quickly reacted on networks, because it also represents the singer’s return to the stage.

“Each platform has its rules. Others have new updates that we have to generate for everything they already had before. Let’s update that and at the time they will go upstairs too“, explained the singer in a live broadcast.

Users can listen to everything from Julión Álvarez’s first album, “Corazón Mágico”, to the album “Ni Diablo Ni Santo” that was released in 2017 with 13 songs.

They can also enjoy their latest collaborations such as “Una Raya Más al Tigre” with Banda Elemental de Mazatlán Sinaloa, “La Libreta” with Códice and “Pa Que Se Me Quite Lo Cabrón” with Luis R Conriquez.

The interpreter of “You would have left before” was the most listened to artist on the platform in Mexico since 2015 and by 2016 he remained one of the five most listened to Mexican artists in the world.

Currently, the Julion y su Norteño Banda profile has more than 450,000 monthly listeners and his most popular song is “Let’s agree”.

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