JOSS FAVELA Receives a LATIN GRAMMY nomination for his album LLEGANDO AL RANCHO

Joss Favela, the multi award-winning Mexican singer-songwriter received a Latin GRAMMY nomination for “Best Banda Album” for his latest album Llegando al Rancho.

His third studio album, Llegando al rancho contains hit songs like “Te dije”, “Tu y Yo”, “El Alumno” featuring Jessi Uribe, song that was in the Top 10 Regional Mexican Billboard chart, which remained several weeks in 1st place.

The album followed the success of his second studio album Caminando, which debuted # 1 on Billboard magazine’s Regional Mexican Albums chart during its release week. The album earned Joss Favela his second GRAMMY® nomination and achieved gold certification in Mexico.

This new nomination for Joss comes after a spectacular performance last week at the Billboard Latin Music Awards where he presented a Mariachi version of “Tu Adiós Como Tequila”. In its original version, “Tu Adiós cómo Tequila” kicked off the release of Llegando al Rancho, and it currently accumulates over 57 million streams.


More About Joss Favela:
Singer, songwriter, and producer, Joss Favela is one of the greatest exponents of the Regional Mexican genre. In 2016, at age 25, he became the youngest person to win the ASCAP Latin Music Award for “Songwriter of the Year” and by age 27, he had already received his third consecutive ASCAP award in the category. Favela began writing music at age 12 and has now written over 100 songs for some of Regional Mexican’s most renowned names such as Alejandro Fernández, Banda MS, La Arrolladora Banda el Limón, and Julión Álvarez among others, and for artists of different genres such as Natti Natasha and Yuri. During his short yet fruitful career, he has achieved 3 Latin GRAMMY® nominations and 2 GRAMMY® nominations for “Best Regional Mexican Album” for his albums Hecho a Mano (2017)
and Caminando (2020). In 2018, he wrote an original song for Sony Pictures feature film “Superfly”. In 2019, he was a judge on Univision’s reality show, “Reina de la Canción” alongside Pedro Capó, Sergio George, Natti Natasha, and Olga Tañón, and in 2017 he was a judge in Estrella TV’s show Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento. Favela has collaborated with artists such as Becky G, Natti Natasha, Greeicy, Pandora, Cornelio Vega, and Ulices Chaidez.