Mexico.- Once again the rapper from GuanajuatoSanta Fe Klan, is among the most watched on the platform of Youtubebecause this September 22, he released the video of the song “Flight”In collaboration with Screw and Doom Deca.
it was the same Santa Fe Klan who made known through his Instagram that he “Flight” video had been placed in the number six place of the tendencies of Youtube.
“We are in number 6 of tendencies. Thank you very much always for the support my race, I send you a hug and expect a lot of new music from the entire fleet. Pure 473,” the rapper wrote on his Instagram story.
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Those who have located the Santa Fe Klan for some time know that it is inseparable from the Screwalthough the young man is not of his Santa Fe neighborhood nor from Guanajuato.
The interpreter of “Sea and land” has helped the native of San Luis Potosí to take off in his career as a rapper, under the record label 473.
He is also his opening act in some concerts, as well as second voice and sometimes, entertainer.
The official name of the Screw is Osiel Armando Vazquez Perez and is 19 years old. She raps and plays the accordion, mixing rap with cumbia, another musical genre that the Santa Fe Klan has declared a lover of.
The Screw has been nicknamed this way since he was a child, since his father is a mechanic and his son accompanied him to work and helped him pass out the tools.
Wish Santa Fe Klan fans much success
The Santa Fe Klan’s “Flight” video was very well received by his followers, who left their impressions and support for the Guanajuato native in the comments on YouTube.
“Our father who art in heaven takes care of all the Mexican Rappers”, “Health and life to all those who listen to the Angel of Santa Fe”, “Arriba la 473, Santa Fe Klan and Vidrio, much success in their songs that already They premiered and the next ones they will release are the best”, “The race was achieved, we are already trending #6 in just 14 hours, this is going to hit machin, not just any song is positioned at #6 in less than 1 day”, “Until Mexico trembled with this premiere.”