Mexican singer, songwriter and accordionist Remmy Valenzuela began playing the guitar and drums aged 12. He joined a band called Los Estudents with other local teenagers and with them began also to sing. Whilst still at school, he also took up the accordion and released the single 'Amandotes' with some other students. This was picked up by local radio stations and played throughout the region. He entered several competitions and became known throughout Northwestern Mexico for his virtuoso accordion playing and his catchy street-savvy songs. His independently released debut album '15 Corridos de Alto Novel' (2008) was followed by 'Fondo Profundo' in 2011, and in 2012, 'La Fiesta del Tamarindo'. In 2013, Valenzuela had his first chart hit with the single 'Te Olvidare' This was followed by the album 'Alumno a Maestro' (2013), which reached number one on Billboard's Mexican Regional Albums chart within two weeks of release. In 2014 he signed for the Fonovista record label. His first single released under this label was 'Te Tocó Perder' in 2014, which reached number four in the Mexican Singles Chart. His next album 'Mi Vida en Vida' (2014) was also number one on Billboard's Mexican Regional Albums Chart, and was followed in 2015 by the release of 'Mi Princessa'. This contained the popular hit '¿Por Qué Me Ilusionaste?' which was purported to be one of the best Latin songs of the year. In 2016 Valenzuela's album 'Con Tololoche' was re-released. It spent six weeks in the Mexican Albums Chart and reached number four. In 2017 he released a live album '10 Años Para Ti en Vivo' and embarked on a national tour. During this time, Valenzuela was involved in a serious car accident and was also caught in the crossfire of a shoot-out between Mexican Federal agents and a drug cartel. He suffered wounds to his abdomen which required surgery and a period of rest. He returned to music in 2019 with the single 'Mendiras' which was a top hit on digital streaming services and the video gained millions of views online. It reached the top ten on the Mexican regional and Latin streaming charts. It was followed by the release of a further single '¿Por Qué Te Vas?', also in 2019.