Botella Tras Botella Tour Concert Synopsis – Billboard

22 years old, Christian Nodal rewrote the rules of regional Mexican music, navigating between traditional and hip-hop music and set a number one record (13) for a solo act on the Billboard Regional Mexican Airplay.

Building on her chart success, Nodal brought her Botella Tras Botella Tour to Inglewood on Friday Night (December 3), performing her biggest hits in front of a sold-out audience at YouTube Theater and was joined by unexpected guests, including Mexican hip-hop performers Gera MX and Akwid.


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Nodal is a Gen-Z sensation refreshing the music of the Mexican region with its mariacheño (mariachi and norteño) sound. And despite using social media to express his displeasure to get rid of Universal Music, Nodal won a Latin Grammy in September and nominated in the 2022 Grammy Awards.

But on Friday, he kept the record label drama off the stage, emerging as an urban cowboy in black leather pants and commanding the audience with his hat. He put on a show that lasted nearly two hours for fans to stand on their feet, dance and sing along. Here are five memorable moments from Nodal’s concert.

The best songs of Nodal

During his 5 years of artistic activity, Nodal has won many hits, including 13 No. 1 positions on the Mexican Airplay regional chart. He prepped his list with original hits like “Adiós Amor,” “No Te Contaron Mal” and “De Los Besos Que Te Di” and got the crowd to turn to his recent hits. such as his country-sounding “Se Me Olvidó” and his reggaeton-infused Piso 21 collaboration “Pa ‘ Olvidarme De Ella.”

‘Botella Tras Botella’ with Gera MX

Nodal’s tour is named after his global hit “Botella Tras Botella” with Gera MX. In May, the duo made history by becoming the first regional Mexican song on the Billboard Hot 100. As Nodal began to sing their song, Gera MX stepped out to loud cheers. from the crowd. The synergy was so great that in an unexpected move, the two performed “Botella Tras Botella” a second time to end the concert.

Akwid’s sudden appearance

Immediately after the Gera MX, Akwid’s brother duo Sergio and Francisco Gómez joined the Nodal stage. The California/Mexican rappers, leaders of hip-hop in the region, performed their classics “Es Mi Gusto” and “No Hay Manera.” Nodal raps along with the boys, showing that he has a hip-hop flow that can stand up to veterans. As Mexican rap music is making a global impact, it’s great to see Nodal sharing the spotlight with two of the genre’s pioneering artists.

Nodal has honored Mexican legends

Nodal’s concert also featured numerous covers, paying homage to the icons of Mexican music in the region that came before him. Nodal performed a heartfelt version of Joan Sebastian’s “Eso y Más” and made the crowd turn to Ramón Ayala’s “Tragos Amargos.” In front of the Mexican flag, he also performed Vicente Fernández’s classic “Acá Entre Nos” to the delirious screams of “¡Arriba México!”

Nodal’s love fans

During the concert, Nodal thanked his fans for their support and called them the lucky thing in his life. As fans flocked to the front of the stage to attempt to snap a selfie, Nodal forced, flashing a smile and peace sign. He clipped a flower from a fan onto his hat and threw several scarves, and eventually his hat, into the crowd. One sweet moment was his performance of “Mi Chula,” where Nodal wowed his female fans and blew kisses to the audience. It’s all about spreading the love.

https://www.billboard.com/music/latin/christian-nodal-botella-tras-botella-tour-review-1235005882/ Botella Tras Botella Tour Concert Synopsis – Billboard

Dais Johnston

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