Mexico. Mexican singer Larry Hernandez was a guest at this weekend’s NBA game And when he was called to sing, he sang Shuddh by Vicente Fernandez.
It has been shared in several news portals that Larry Hernandez was the special guest at The Sons basketball game, where he performed a medley of “El Charro de Huantitan”.
The event took place on May 4 at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, and was one of the most emblematic games in the world of basketball, as local team The Sons played against The Mavericks, and Larry was the special guest.
Larry caught the attention of the public, as a large part had not expected his participation and put a Mexican touch in the sporting event, which was attended by many Mexicans, including fans of Vicente Fernández.
El Rey, Eca Entre Nos y Mexico, Cute and Dear are some of the songs that Larry performed. And they plundered the people’s applause for it, He was accompanied by a mariachi and he conquered everyone.
Sharing the video of the event on Instagram, Larry wrote, ‘Today we make history with Phoenix Sons’. We celebrate May 5 at halftime for Game 2 of the NBA Playoffs. ,
In addition, Hernandez, who is called “everyone’s friend”, said that he is delighted to be a part of such an important sporting event in the United States and above all is very proud to be Mexican:
“I’m so excited because I was able to represent my music and my Mexican nationality. But overall, I want to thank all of you who have supported me over the years.”
Larry Hernandez fans immediately expressed her on Instagram that they admire, love and are proud of her and her music:
“Congratulations, all your sacrifices and efforts are being rewarded with these blessings!”, “Congratulations, Compdre”, “The Best in the World”, “My Favorite Singer and That’s All”.
Read more: Actor Ricardo Crespo sentenced to 19 years in prison for serious misconduct against his daughter
In this way he is like Larry Hernandez, who was born in Los Angeles, California, USA, but has spent many years in Culiacan, Sinaloa, He became the first Mexican to perform with one hundred percent Mexican music, At halftime of an NBA game.