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|Pedro Herrera III|
September 5, 1979 |
Houston, Texas, United States
|Genres||Hip hop, Southern hip hop, Chicano rap, Gangster rap|
|Rapper, record producer, stand-up comedian|
|Labels||Big Chile Enterprises / Asylum Records|
|South Park Mexican
Chingo attended Peddie School, a private college preparatory boarding school in Hightstown, New Jersey, on a scholarship. Chingo graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas with a bachelor's degree in Marketing in 2001.
Chingo first gained exposure through his first mixtape release Duro en la pintura and other mixtapes such as The Air Chingo Mixtape and El Mero Chingon , in 2004 through his Independent Record label ,Big Chile Enterprises he released his first album The Tamale Kingpin Featuring hit records like Walk like Cleto and American Pie featuring Mike Jones (rapper) and Paul Wall followed this up by releasing His second album Running 4 President in 2005 , his Unique style of music and Great self promotion had major labels wanting to sign him , and in 2006 he signed a Distribution deal with Asylum Records, that same year he released a double disc album named They all want him but who can afford him ? it featured artists such as Lucky Luciano (rapper), South Park Mexican, Trae tha Truth, N.O.R.E.,
Finally on August 14, 2007 Chingo released his much anticipated album They Can't Deport Us All through Asylum Records, the album featured artists such as Paul Wall, Lucky Luciano (rapper),Stunta, 5th ward webbie, Fat Pat (rapper), Big Pokey, Baby Bash,Coast, Pitbull (rapper)
He launched a YouTube page and utilized social media as an outlet for his humor.
Chingo Bling's first comedy special, "They Cant Deport Us All" was co-produced with the MiTu network and is now streaming on the Netflix platform.
Chingo Bling had been criticized for the title of his second album They Can't Deport Us All. He was interviewed on CW39 News and said his family's tamale truck has been shot at, vandalized and even, on one occasion, stolen. He also stated he had received racist death threats from White nationalist groups, but still does not intend to change his album's title. Many music critics oftenly associated his music to violent street gangs. Chingo also alleges that he was refused the opportunity to appear at a scheduled in-store album signing at a Dallas shopping mall as a direct result of the controversy surrounding his clothing and album name. He also asserts that he is the target of numerous Conservative journalists and right wing bloggers who criticize him because of his music and marketing concepts related to immigration.
"They STILL Can't Deport Us All" (2016)
"They Can't Deport Us All" (2017)
Mr. Herrera conceived the persona in the late 1990s, while studying at Trinity University in San Antonio and working as a D.J. for fraternity parties and radio shows. By 2001, soon after he graduated with a marketing degree...