Mau y Ricky and Carin León bring the breakup anthem to life in the “Llorar y Llorar” music video. The continuous shot video follows Mau y Ricky and Carin as they sing the song around a bar in Mexico City. The guys are even joined by a band as they drink tequila shots. The music video was directed by Richard Mountainous and Daniel Durán, who Mau y Ricky have trusted to shoot some of their most-viewed videos like “La Boca”, among others. The music video was produced by 2Wolves and Rabbit House.
“Llorar y Llorar” comes at an important time in Mau y Ricky’s careers as they’ve returned as coaches to “La Voz Kids” in Mexico. The duo is continuing to mentor to the next generation of Latin artists. Mau y Ricky are also confirmed to return as coaches to “La Voz Argentina” later this year. After 4 sold-out shows at the Teatro Gran Rex, 1 sold-out show at the Luna Park stadium and 17 more sold-out concerts in Argentina the duo closed their tour on May 25 with a successful concert in front of more than 10,000 people at the Movistar Arena in Buenos Aires, a show that fans could also enjoy online. After this, Mau and Ricky will return to the country with their new “Desgenerados Tour” in July. Tickets are currently on sale for 12 shows including the massive Luna Park Stadium on September 3, marking another milestone in their careers.
Mau y Ricky maintain a strong social media presence thanks to their engagement with fans. They have more than 13 million followers on their digital platforms. Their music videos have over 2 billion views on YouTube. In 2020, Carin León had the most-streamed regional Mexican music song on Spotify with “Tú”. He continues to be one of Mexico’s top artists around the world.