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CORRIDO 5 HÁBITOS DEL BIENESTAR



Artist: Norteño Sin Sombrero

Age: 22 Country: Mexico


The main goal is to raise awareness and emphasize the importance of the 5 well-being habits among teenagers through regional Mexican music.


As young people, we are prone to falling into bad habits, negative friendships, poor emotional management, which often leads us to neglect our physical and mental health, social skills, and education.


Our objective is to connect with young people of our age and show them the tools and the importance of maintaining a healthy and balanced life. We understand that we will inevitably face difficult moments, so it is crucial to know how to handle all situations as best as possible.


With the support of our family, institutions, friends, values, good physical, mental, and emotional health, etc., we firmly believe that positive results can be achieved. And what better way to reach all young people than through the popular regional Mexican music that resonates with our age group.


Lyrics:


Spanish: (Original Language)

En los Ángeles radico yo,

Aquí tengo mis cimientos,

Mexicano americano,

Siempre tumbadon,


Entre la plebada ando yo,

Ando Buscando mis Sueños

Cuidando a los reales con un gran valor,


Mi mente enfocada siempre va,

En la escuela no puedo fallar,

Cuido el desarrollo personal,

Estamos bien acostumbrados a ser el “number one”


Echando un tierrero me verán,

Siempre bien pendientes para “retear”,

En mi esquina siempre mi carnal,

Yo sé que mi familia al tiro siempre esta


English Translation:


In Los Angeles I reside

Here, I have my foundations

Mexican-American

Always “Tumbadon”


I’m among my friends

Looking for my dreams

Taking care, the “real ones” with a lot of worth


My mind it’s always focused

I can’t fail School

Checking my personal growth

We’re very used to be the number one


You’ll see me working

Always ready to play

On the corner, my brother’s always there

I know my family got my back, no matter what


Mexican Idioms to English (Explained):

Siempre Tumbadon – Always Tumbadon = Tumbadon refers to the musical genre “Corridos Tumbados”

Entre la Plebada – Among My Bros

Echando un tierrero me verán – You’ll always see me doing my thing

Retear – Play (Videogames, Sports, Activities)

Al Tiro – Always ready to help, solve or support a problem


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Camila Ruiz
Camila Ruiz
Sep 25, 2023

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