Julian Torres & Mariachi Cenzontle just dropped their new DJ Pooh-directed music video for “La Fiesta de Mi Pueblo”, a song produced by Fredwreck, via Death Row Records.
Julian Torres was born in Hawthorne California to Mexican parents who instilled a love for Mexico’s music and traditions since he was young. As a child, he was inspired to become a Mariachi Singer and began his career singing in community events and church carnivals. He has traveled and performed in many prestigious venues both in the US and abroad, across many stages such as Disneyland, Downtown Disney, Dodger Stadium, Sábado Gigante, Carnegie Hall, the Hollywood Bowl, Fox Performing Arts Theater, Ford Amphitheater, Teatro Metropolitan, CDMX and for our military troops overseas in Okinawa, Japan.
DJ Pooh, a pioneering producer who has produced classic songs for LL Cool J, King Tee, Snoop Dogg, 2Pac, Ice Cube, Tha Dogg Pound and others, is also known for his incredible work in film. From producing the drive-by shooting sequence in Boyz n the Hood, to co-writing the film Friday with Ice Cube, Pooh has also directed films including 3 Strikes with Brian Hooks, The Wash with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg, and Grow House with Faizon Love.
Grammy & Emmy Award-winning producer Fredwreck, who is behind numerous classics with and for Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Kurupt, and others, has also been behind several recent releases including Minnie Merda‘s “Bang Bang”, Mount Westmore‘s “Have A Nice Day (Fuck You)”, Jane Handcock‘s “Layin Next To Me”, October London‘s The Rebirth of Marvin album with Soopafly, and “Don’t Text Don’t Call” from Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg.