Valió Madre by Eslabon Armado is a heart-wrenching song about a man who has been left heartbroken by his lover. The lyrics describe how the woman has moved on to another man, saying the same things she used to say to the protagonist. He reminisces about the good times they shared and how he gave her all his love, only to be left with nothing. The pain of the breakup is so intense that he turns to alcohol to forget her. The song is a poignant reminder of the power of love and how it can leave us feeling lost and alone when it ends.
Eslabon Armado is an American regional Mexican group formed in 2017. The group started as a trio, composed of brothers Pedro Tovar (lead vocals), and Brian Tovar (bass), alongside their friend Gabriel Hidalgo. While still teenagers, the three began to study and play Sierreña music as well as Regional Mexican genres like norteño and ranchera, influenced by the music listened by their parents. The trio released several videos of live performances to YouTube and other social media platforms like TikTok, gaining attention from record labels and fans. Later, Gabriel Hidalgo left the group, and Damian Pachecho (requinto guitar) and Ulises González (acoustic guitar) joined. The group released five studio albums and have received several awards and nominations including two Billboard Music Awards, two Billboard Latin Music Awards and two Latin American Music Awards.
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