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Richard H. Davis Releases Single "RAH! RAH! REFUGEE" Song From His Upcoming LOST GRINGOS Album
By: Monster Hustle Music Group
The so-called narco-corridos or Mexican Narco Music is the Soundtrack of the Mexican Cartels. The news of Mexico's bloody cartel war is reflected in a controversial folk-music genre called narcocorridos, or drug ballads. They're like journalism put to song, telling stories of drug lords, arrests, shootouts, daring operations and betrayals. English-speaking Narcocorridos Ballads have certainly gone downhill, since the FBI: Most Wanted: Joaquin "El Chapo'' Guzman head of the 26 billion dollar Sinaloa Cartel was Sentenced to Life in Prison Plus 30 Years.
About Richard H. Davis
Richard H. Davis is an American songwriter and performer who started creating a name for himself in the underground NARCO music scene in 2020. A Northern California native, Davis is a prolific recording artist navigating today's accordion-laden Narcocorrido squeezebox-culture with an air of Mexican authenticity mixed with a natural vulnerability. With over a million streams on Spotify alone, the 65-year-old is poised to take his career to the next level, as a signed artist with the Monster Hustle Music Group. Davis is a prolific inventor and entrepreneur and a United States Merchant Marine and combat veteran. As a yacht-delivery skipper during the United States Invasion of Panama, Davis ended up in the crossfire and tells his story in his unpublished manuscript "Sailor of Fortune", that chronicles his adventures at sea and land on the Motor Vessel Kamillian. In addition Davis is a photojournalist for Soft Drinks International Magazine in Britain. Davis has appeared on such national and regional media broadcasts including CBS News, NBC News, Fox News, and ABC News, and in The New York Times, and many others.
Richard H. Davis