Valentín Elizalde Valencia is a Mexican singer from the region. With the nickname "El Gallo de Oro", he is known for his unusual style and his biggest hits include: "Vete Ya", "Ebrio de Amor", "Vete Con Him", "Vuelve Cariñito. "," How It Hurts "," Vencesor "," My Little Virgin "and" I'm So ". Some of his songs are drug songs in praise of Mexican drug lords such as Vicente Carrillo Fuentes. He was murdered in an ambush on suspicion of being by members of the Los Zetas drug trafficking gang, then serving as a weapon for the Gulf cartel.
|Born||Valentin Elizalde Valencia, February 1, 1979, Jitonhueca, Sonora, Mexico|
|Died||November 25, 2006, Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico|
|Cause of death||Gunshot wounds|
Mexican banda vocalist who was tragically slain at the age of 27. Vete Ya and Mi Virgencita are two of his most well-known Banda singles.
He grew up in Jalisco's Guadalajara and Sinaloa's Guasave.
In 2007, he was nominated for a Grammy after his death.
With his wife Camila, he had five children.
He and Espinoza Paz [World Music Singer] are both well-known banda singers.
Singer from Sonora. People murdered by Mexican drug cartels. Mexican murder victims. Mexican singer