Ariel Camacho Biography
Birthday: July 8, 1992 (Cancer)
Born In: Guamuchil, Sinaloa
José Ariel Camacho Barraza was a Mexican singer-songwriter remembered for his unique way of singing as well as his one-of-a-kind style of playing the requinto. He was signed to DEL Records and was the leader of the musical group Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho. Starting out as a singer at the age of 12, Camacho went on to perform at various events and functions in his hometown and nearby locations. As his musical career picked up, he proceeded to release two albums and a number of singles. His most successful songs were "El Karma", "Te Metiste", "Hablemos" and "Rey de Corazones". A much loved figure in his community, he was also popularly known as "La Tuyia", a childhood name given to him because his guitar was much bigger than him! On February 25, 2015, Camacho lost his life in a car accident on his way back from a performance at a music festival. Although the promising singer went away too soon, he is still remembered for his music and extraordinary musical talent.