Top 10 Ranchera Songs With Singers

Ranchera Music

The best ranchera songs with singers are always popular with fans, and their success can be attributed to the voices on each of the tracks. Most ranchera singers uphold the traditional voice of the genre, which is slow paced, rich and smooth sounding. Moreover, they convey a lot of emotion through it while they’re singing. Fans love dancing to the rhythm of these ranchera songs more than any other type of music, and often times even take them as anthems for their country or town. Here are some of the most famous renditions of ranchera songs by singers…

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What is Ranchera?

Ranchera, also known as ranchería and canción ranchera, is a genre of the traditional music of Mexico. Rancheras are typically songs about love, rural life, and problems faced by campesinos (peasant farmers). The word “ranchera” has its origins in the Spanish word “rancho,” meaning “ranch”; “rancho” is used in some songs’ titles.

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Who is The Most Famous Ranchera Singer?

José Alfredo Jiménez, was the undisputed king of rancheras, the melodramatic and sentimental singing style that originated in the cities of Mexico during the 1950s and ’60s.

Top 10 Ranchera Songs

Ranchera music is a popular genre in Mexico which arose around the turn of the 20th century, and became more widely appreciated in the 1930s and 40s. The word “ranchera” comes from the Spanish word “ranch” which means country or ranch. The music has roots in traditional folk music, but also draws on influences from other genres such as bolero and mariachi.

Here are ten of my favorite ranchera songs:

1) Ay Chabela by Paco Michel

Paco Michel is a Mexican singer-songwriter and ranchera music performer. He has also produced several albums for other artists, including his own.

His style is influenced by the traditional ranchera music of Mexico. Michel’s music is characterized by the use of synthesizers, saxophones and electric guitars in his songs. The lyrics of his songs are about love, heartbreak, betrayal and other similar topics common to ranchera music.

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2) Entrega Total by Javier Solis

Gabriel Siria Levario, known as Javier Solís, born September 1, 1931, was a Mexican singer and actress.

This song is the ultimate ranchera classic. It was released in 1984 and became one of the most popular songs of all time. The lyrics are beautiful and poignant, with a very sad yet hopeful message. This song will make you feel every emotion possible as you listen to it.

3) La Media Vuelta by Antonio Aguilar

Aguilar is one of the most influential ranchera singers of all time, with a career that spanned more than 50 years. He was born in 1913 and died in 1976 from a heart attack at age 63. “La Media Vuelta” is one of his most popular songs, according to the University of Texas at Austin. It was written by Agustín Lara, who also wrote “Perfidia,” another famous song.

The lyrics tell the story of a man who left his wife for another woman but returns to her because he can’t live without her.

4) Las Mañanitas by Pedro Infante

He has a large discography and his presence in the genre is so overwhelming that it’s difficult to pick out one song as his best. However, Las Mañanitas is one of his most popular songs, especially among Mexicans of all ages. The song tells the story of a man who wakes up at dawn to greet his lover with flowers, fruits and gifts. The lyrics also talk about how women are able to make men feel like kings just by being themselves.

This is one of the most traditional songs in Mexico, and it’s played every day. It’s a song that you sing to yourself in the morning as a way to say hello to the day. This song is used to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions. 

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5) Te Lo Pido Por Favor by Juan Gabriel

This song is one of the most popular ranchera songs of all time. It was released in 1986 but still remains a favorite among Mexican music fans. The song tells the story of a man who wants his girlfriend to come back to him and be with him again.

6) Cielito Lindo by Numerous Artists

It was written by Quirino Mendoza y Cortés in 1882. Cielito Lindo is a traditional Mexican folk song. It is one of the most famous ranchera songs, and has been covered by numerous artists. The song’s title translates to “pretty little sky” or “beautiful little heavens.”

7) Dejame Vivir by Juan Gabriel and Rocio Durcal

It is an album by Spanish singer and actor Rocío Dúrcal, released in 1984. It was written by Juan Gabriel, who also appeared on the album. Déjame Vivir became one of his biggest hits. This song is a musical discussion between two ex-lovers. The woman no longer wants to do anything with him. She doesn’t want to take no for an answer, and she begs him to reconsider. In the 1985 music video, two singers sing the lyrics of the song.

8) Por Tu Maldito Amor by Vicente Fernandez

It is the fifteenth studio album by Mexican singer Vicente Fernández, released in 1989. The song tells the story of a man whose lover has left him for another man, so he asks God to help him forget about her.

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9) Mujeres Divinas by Vicente Fernandez

Written by Vicente Fernandez. This song is one of his best. It’s a love song about a man who many women fall in love with but only loves one woman. The lyrics are very poetic as they tell the story of how the man feels about his love interest. The music is nice, slow tempo and lots of violins and trumpets. This song was released on the album “Vicente Fernandez en Vivo”, which means “Vicente Fernandez Live”.

10) El Rey by Jose Alfredo Jimenez

El Rey is the most famous song by Mexican singer Jose Alfredo Jimenez. It was released in 1987 by Jose Alfredo Jimenez. The song is about a macho man who is convinced that his tough life hasn’t prevented him from remaining king among his peers.

 

FAQ

 

What music is played at Mexican weddings?

The music that is played at weddings differs from region to region and even from town to town. In some places, they play mariachi music while in others they prefer other genres such as ranchera, cumbia and corridos.  

What is romantic Mexican music called?

Romantic Mexican music is called Mariachi       

What do you call modern Mexican music?

Like the traditional mariachi, modern mariachi is performed standing, with a conductor at the front of the group, and the group plays music representative of various Mexican regions. Also known as the canción ranchera, rancheras is a genre of popular music in Mexico.

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