Bronco Teams Up With Intocable's Ricky Muñoz in 'Voy a Tumbar la Casita' Music Video: Exclusive

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Further proving that urban artists are not the only ones collaborating, Bronco and Ricky Muñoz, frontman of Incotable, dropped the much-needed Regional Mexican collab “Voy a Tumbar la Casita.” After a lyric video was released in September, Billboard exclusively premieres the music video below.

The Norteño song is a revamped version of Bronco’s 1986 classic of the same name with new production and the heartfelt vocals of Muñoz. The song is about a brokenhearted man who’s willing to take an entire house down just to get rid of everything that reminds him of his ex. “I don’t want your ghost or memories to be in the house/ Tomorrow I’ll begin taking down the house and hopefully, I’ll forget about you,” the lyrics state. 

The music video was filmed by Luis Machin and produced by Adan Perez. Starring actors Mario Zaragoza and Jessica Mendiolea, the clip tells the story of a man who drowns his sorrows at a bar and later goes to the house he once owned with his ex and sets it on fire. Other scenes show Bronco and Ricky Muñoz’s undeniable chemistry as they perform the song.

Despite the new faces in Bronco, the Mexican grupero band from Apodaca, Nuevo León, has been conserving its cumbia and norteño essence since the ‘80s. “This new generation of Bronco was meant to refresh the group, but we always stay true to the musical identity that has classified us and made so many hits,” vocalist and bass player Rene Esparza and son of founding member “Don Lupe” previously told Billboard. “Now it’s our compromise to release new hits, but with the Bronco sound. We were able to fuse pop in this song and I feel that that’s why many people, especially the younger generations, are accepting it very well.”

Bronco is nominated for two Latin Grammys, including best Norteño album for Por Mas and best regional song for “Alguien Mejor Que Yo.” 

Watch the music video for “Voy a Tumbar la Casita” below.


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