Renowned Mexican singer, songwriter and accordionist Celso Piña has died. He was 66.
His record label released a statement saying Piña died Wednesday in his hometown of Monterrey, Mexico after suffering a heart attack.
Piña was a pioneer, known for his fusion of traditional Colombian cumbia and tropical sounds with genres like ska, reggae and hip-hop.
He was known by the nickname "rebel of the accordion," released more than 20 albums in his career and toured around the world.
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