Chino and Nacho and their new album ‘Supremo Reloaded’

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Chino and Nacho, Supremo Reloaded

Jesus Alberto Miranda Perez, left, and Miguel Ignacio Mendoza, known as ‘Chino and Nacho,’ pose for pictures during an interview. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Venezuelan artists Chino and Nacho released their new album “Supremo Reloaded” this week.

The album includes the new single “Sin Ti”, new songs and unreleased remixes from their hit album “Supremo”, which dominated international radio and sales the last two years.

Chino and Nacho’s latest single  “Sin Ti” has more than 4.5 million views on YouTube. Last week, the Venezuelan artists celebrated the launch of their new album with shows in Phoenix and Los Angeles.

Chino said the production is “a gift” to the fans for the support they have given the duo since the beginning of their career, which led them to win a number of awards.

“The album has brought us great satisfaction and recognition. We want to get to people’s hearts with our songs,” he said to EFE.

The song “Sin Ti”, has quickly become a fan favorite and one of international radio’s most requested tracks. In addition, the album includes three unreleased remixes, among them the remix to “Bebe Bonita” featuring Jay Sean, a song that reached the No. 1 position on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs Chart, “Regálame Un Muack” with El Potro Alvarez which took the No. 1 spot on the Tropical Chart and the club mix for “El Poeta”, the international hit that dominated radio reaching the No. 1 slot not only in the United States and Puerto Rico but also Venezuela and Colombia.

“Supremo Reloaded” also includes “Don Juan” a collaboration with Fanny Lu, which currently is spinning throughout Latin America and two completely new studio tracks “Mi Mejor Cancion” and “No He Podido Verte”, songs that capture the magic of the fusion of tropical, urban and pop rhythms that have made Chino and Nacho idols of the Latin music scene.

Watch “Sin Ti” with artists Chino and Nacho

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