Ryan Castro and Luis R. Conriquez Drop ‘Plebita’: Watch


The pair also recorded a corrido during a studio session earlier this year

After going viral with his “Dembow Bélico,” Luis R. Conrquiz is ready for a new genre. On Friday, the Mexican corrido singer joined Ryan Castro for “Plebita.”

The video for the track sees both stars singing about rocking luxury brands and blasting “corridos en la troca” as they play poker and chess while surrounded by a group of friends.

“I’m so happy to share this single with the beautiful people of Mexico once again,” Castro tells Rolling Stone. “This time, I’m accompanied by one of the great exponents of Mexican music. There’s nothing more to do than to continue working because this fusion between Colombia and Mexico is leading to a lot of positive things in the industry.”

Back in September, the duo shared a video of themselves in the studio, dancing along to what seemed to be a corrido, more in the style of Conriquez. Castro wrote on Instagram, “Reggaeton for the babies or a corrido bélico? What do the people want?”

The two stars also shared a video of themselves singing along to “Plebita” by a pool shortly after they recorded the track. Castro previously worked with Peso Pluma on “Quema” back in July.


The Conriquez track is the latest in a string of collabs for Castro, who joined Maldy on “Chichi Pana” earlier this month. He also joined Bad Gyal and Ovy on the Drums for “Ghetto Princess,” Feid on “Ritmo de Medallo,” and Karol G on Bichota Season‘s “Una Noche en Medellín.”

Conriquez, meanwhile, dropped “De Fresa y Coco” with Edgardo Nuñez, “Sin Tanto Royo” with Tito Double P, and “Con Un Golpe de Suerte” with Mario Bautista. Conriquez’s song “Dembow Bélico,” released in June, has been going viral this fall after Canelo Álvarez danced to the song during an afterparty of his fight against Jermell Charlo on Sept. 30.

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