One year after the release of his acclaimed album “Mundo,” Santa Fe Klan returns to give listeners another eclectic body of music that showcases the breadth of his musical abilities as he flows seamlessly between multiple genres and sounds. Complete with 13 tracks, “TODO” features a myriad of musical styles and genres including rap, reggaeton, cumbia, norteño corrido, banda and more. Even with his versatility, Santa Fe Klan still remains true to himself and his essence, that has set him apart, further confirming that no matter what genre of music he releases, the core of each song still remains Santa Fe Klan. Dropped alongside the music video for “Algo Más,” this video immerses viewers into the world of the song. “TODO” is now available on all streaming platforms.
This 13-track album gives the world another glimpse into Santa Fe Klan’s brilliant musical mind with an array of genre-bending tracks. Leading up to this release, Santa Fe Klan gave fans a taste of what was to come with a string of weekly releases which began earlier this summer. Previously released tracks include the edgy RKT track “Bandolera” featuring L-Gante and Uzielito Mix, the powerful norteño corrido “Dos Razones” and the high-intensity reggaeton track “ROMPE” with DJ Tao. Other previously released songs include the cumbia dedicated to his father “La Misma Sangre” alongside Ronda Bogotá, Tornillo and Pato Machete, “Eternamente” and the gritty rap track “No Te Metas.”
Released alongside the album, the official music video for “Algo Más” will sweep viewers away. Directed by Jos Macias, the video beautifully captures the romanticism of the track as Santa Fe Klan and a woman meander through the countryside in a convertible. Romantic montages of the pair on the beach will transfix people as they witness Santa Fe Klan playing his acoustic guitar performing the sweet melodies of “Algo Más.”
“This album is just a sample of all the music I have in my back pocket. I titled the album ‘TODO’ because I wanted it to have everything, since my previous albums were very focused on other genres. I had a lot of music to release and I didn’t know what to do so I decided to do a mix instead. This album is more ‘barrio’ music for my people and includes a mix of cumbia, corridos, reggaeton and other genres. It excites me to explore new genres, prove to myself that music is for everyone and is to be explored as a means of empowering one to go after their dreams,» said Santa Fe Klan.
Like Sante Fe Klan’s previous studio albums, “TODO” eloquently and powerfully translates his life experiences into music that captivates the heart and mind. Santa Fe Klan possesses an unmatched ability to traverse seamlessly through a variety of genres all while maintaining his unique sound that has propelled him to where he is now. His unmatched vocal performances coupled with his stirring and poetic lyrics fully immerse you in his state of mind.
New tracks on this album include the banda tune “Solo Contigo,” the charming cumbia “Celoso” about a love so strong that makes one jealous of the air their lover breathes, the provocative rap “Calle Del Dolor,” the enchanting bachata “Ayúdame” and the sensual reggaeton “Dos Locos” about driving one another crazy with desire and the romantic acoustic track “Algo Mas.”
With nearly 10 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Santa Fe Klan has been taking the world by storm over the last two years. With critical acclaim including a 2022 win at Premios Juventud for “Nuevo artista en el género Regional Mexicano,” song son the official soundtrack for “Fast X and “Wakanda: Forever,” Santa Fe Klan is one of the most exciting Mexican artists. The Guanajuato native was also recently featured on the cover of GQ Mexico, where he shared his story.
Sante Fe Klan is currently making his way across the U.S. on his ‘Todo Y Nada’ tour with special guests Snow Tha Product and Tornillo, which kicked off last month in Seattle and will wrap up in Denver in late August. Santa Fe Klan is managed by Jorge Juarez at Westwood Entertainment and represented by JJ Cassiere and Dan Rozenblum at 33 And West.