For Bronco, it is a great pride that his music serves for people to learn something of the Spanish language.
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The news was first given by an Italian girl, a fan of the northern outfit, who used social media to publicize her case.
"Hi, I'm Samantha, an Italian girl. I learned a little bit of Spanish thanks to Bronco's songs," said the young woman on Instagram, later interpreting some stanzas on the song "Corazón Duro".
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Later, he said goodbye in his native language thanking the group and waiting for them to see their video. And yes, Lupe Esparza confirmed that they are surprised because they regularly sing to migrants from each country.
"Bronco has been to Italy, but obviously like in the United States, we are going to sing to migrants, to Latinos. And there in Italy, in Spain, it is the same, we are going to sing to migrants from Bolivia, from Argentina , from Paraguay, is the public that is really going to see you, "said Lupe.
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"Obviously, there will be some other people who are from that country, but when a person is from that place, as in this case of this beautiful Italian girl who takes the time to learn Spanish with songs from us, it is something fantastic .
"There is no way to pay for it, we are very proud that our music can transcend other cultures. It is appreciated with the heart." In 41 years of history, the Apodaca group has also had positive experiences with the Anglo-Saxon public, added the group's leader.
Lupe added that the public in Germany and Brazil, who does not speak Spanish, identifies with her music. "You feel a lot of pride, a lot of gratitude, for those people with languages so foreign to ours that a Mexican tune catches their attention, like the music of Bronco," he added.
Through Instagram, the Italian girl showed her admiration for the group from Apodaca, Nuevo León, wearing a black hat and a blouse with the embroidered logo of the "Followers of Bronco" Fan Club.