AQUIHAYAQUIHAY Release Two New EPs Happy and Sad

The new anti-boyband AQUIHAYAQUIHAY have surprised their fans with not one, but two EPs entitled “:)” (Happy) and “:(“ (Sad) through Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak En Fuego. The titles of their EPs represent the happy and sad moments humans encounter in their everyday life. A music video was also released for their song “</3” (Pico Diagonal Tres) from their “:(“ EP.

Establishing a modern era in Mexico and around the world with their unique style as they represent the Mexican pop movement.

AQUIHAYAQUIHAY’s latest music hopes to assist their fans as an emotional guide with their soothing voices and the sounds they produce to identify and embrace the emotions they may be encountering.

“I have an immense admiration for how AQUIHAYAQUIHAY is breaking barriers through their artistry. I see a young version of myself in each of them and it excites me to watch their growth as a group of friends, creating their own community. Their movement mirrors the rebellious spirit of punk, they reject the norms of their surroundings and mainstream culture and are channeling their energy into building something new and unique from the ground up.” – Steve Aoki.

The EP’s Tracklists include:


  1. Grave (with Lil Benjas)
  2. Medicina
  3. Muack
  4. OMW (with Abhir Hathi)


  1. Sencillo
  2. </3
  3. Ya No Es Igual
  4. Dolce (with Paula Cendejas)
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Tatiana Ramirez

Tatiana Ramirez, also known as Tatis Iolani, is a bilingual Mexican-American with additional basic knowledge of Mandarin. She is currently studying at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) to complete her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with an emphasis in Broadcast. Her expected graduation date is in the Fall of 2022. Tatis has already received an Associate of Arts Degree in Communication Studies from Los Angeles Mission College. While completing her Associates Degree, she worked for two semesters hosting her own biweekly segment at Los Angeles Valley College KVCM Monarch Radio. During her time at KVCM, she was able to secure interviews with Latin Boy Band CNCO and Yashua Camacho. In the future she sees herself interviewing celebrities on the various color carpets, hosting live segments on the radio, and covering movie premieres and album releases. As someone who grew up in the San Fernando Valley, she aspires to be a source of inspiration and motivation for the people in her community. She currently hosts a podcast, “Tatis Iolani: You Never Know Con Que Te Va A Sorprender,” (You Never What/Who She'll Surprise You With Next,) where she interviews surprise guests for both Spanish-speaking and English-speaking audiences. She is a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA), National Association of Hispanic Journalist (NAHJ) and the Alliance of Women in Entertainment at CSUN.

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