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Google remembers Lola Beltrán, the queen of ranchera music

by Yucatan Times
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The technology giant’s doodle changed in honor of the Mexican singer who would turn 92 today.

Lola Beltrán died on March 24, 1996, leaving a void in the world of Mexican music, but her legacy lives on in every note of her songs and in the hearts of those who have been touched by her art.

Today, on the anniversary of her birth, we remember and celebrate the life and work of this legend of ranchera music, whose impact continues to resonate around the world.

Her authenticity and her connection with the public made her a symbol of Mexican identity and a cultural icon that transcends generations.

Throughout her career, Lola Beltrán received numerous recognitions and awards, including multiple gold and platinum records, as well as the prestigious Ariel Award for her contribution to Mexican cinema.

His legacy lives on in ranchera music and his influence can be felt in later generations of artists who have been inspired by his work.

However, Lola Beltrán’s life was not without challenges. She faced personal and professional difficulties, but she always maintained her determination and passion for music.

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