Politicians turn to music to make rap and rock songs

Senator Ricardo Monreal recently launched his “rap real” with the intention of contending in the internal process of Morena for the 2024 elections, but he is not the first to go to the songsince some politicians they make use of rockthe trova and also the rapto get followers.

During the weekend,

Ricardo Monreal
launched his rap real in which he speaks from his political career, to his aspiration to contend for the presidential candidacy, “without ever being mentioned,” he explained.

Ricardo Monreal’s rap goes viral

these songs or song It is known as a jingle, a theme sung for advertising purposes and in politics it is used with the intention of obtaining more supporters.

Other politicians who use music as a jingle

  • Juan Zepeda, the politician and rocker from Neza

During the elections for the governorship of the State of Mexico, the now senator for that entity was recognized during his campaign not only played the guitar, but also had a dove with bands of rock, gender musical of which fanatic was said.

Recently, the politician returned now as a candidate for the government of Nezahualcóyotl and uploaded the song “Somos Neza!”, which he interprets in the style of rock to get people to vote for the Movimiento Ciudadano party.

We are Nez!

Arturo Avila, candidate for

to the mayor’s office of Aguascalientes, was another of the politicians who used the song to get more votes.

In the elections of June 5, the Morena candidate used one of the songs of the Mexican band of rock,

to ask for a massive vote for his party.

The hit of his song caused the group to file a lawsuit against him for using his song without his permission to call the votes.

In 2018, another of those who also attended the song to win supporters was the candidate for the governorship of Puebla, Enrique Doger, who used the song “Felices los 4” by Maluma.

The candidate’s team adapted the lyrics of the reggaeton song to appeal mainly to the young electorate.