Junior H, one of the most prominent voices in Mexican urban music today, and an undeniable trailblazer and leader in the movement on a global scale arrives to thrill his fans once again with his latest album “Contingente,” out today under the renowned Rancho Humilde label.
Junior H, who this year held for two weeks the number 1 position on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart and number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, continues to prove himself as an unstoppable force with this new album, delivering the same intoxicating rhythms and powerful lyrics that have made him a rising icon worldwide while turning up the heat to the next level with new collaborations with popular Latin sensations such as Paloma Mami, Snow Tha Product, and Rancho Humilde labelmate OVI.
Comprising a total of 12 impactful tracks, the highly anticipated album will see the 22-year-old maintaining his presence on the most important playlists in his genre. “Contingente” is the second album Junior H has dropped this year, following the success of February’s “Mi Vida En Un Cigarro Vol.2,” a project that was immediately recognized as one of the most important releases of 2022 in Mexican urban music. Upon its release today, “Contingente” is sure to become another significant album both in the Mexican urban scene and the artist’s already brilliant career, serving as further proof of his unparalleled talent and incredible natural ability to relate to his audience through his music.
“Contingente” also comes in the midst of Junior H’s tremendously successful 20-date “$AD BOYZ 4 LIFE” tour, which kicked off with a sold-out show on September 17 at Arizona Financial Theatre in Phoenix, AZ, and has achieved a total of nine SOLD OUTS so far in cities including El Paso, Dallas, Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago, Minneapolis, San Jose, and San Diego. The tour will run through early 2023, wrapping up on January 21 at FPL Solar Amphitheater in Miami, FL.
“$AD BOYZ 4 LIFE” 2022 US TOUR DATES:
December 11 – Bellco Theatre – Denver, Co
December 18 – Microsoft Theatre – Los Angeles, CA
January 19 – United Palace Theater – New York, NY
January 20 – Fillmore Silver Spring – Washington, DC
January 21 – FPL Solar Amphitheater – Miami, FL
January 27 – 713 Music Hall – Houston, TX
January 28 – Sames Auto Arena – Laredo TX