Códice - An Award-Winning Mexican Music Group Códice is a Mexican music group composed of Ricardo Lopez, Alfonso Jimenez, and Jorge Lopez. The band has achieved international success with their unique blend of traditional Latin American music with modern pop and rock elements. They have won several awards for their work, including the Latin Grammy Award for Best New Artist and the MTV Video Music Awards Latin America for Best Rock Artist. Early Career The trio first got together in 2009 in Mexico City and started playing gigs in local bars and clubs. Over the next few years, they developed their sound and gained a small but devoted following. In 2014, they released their debut album “Tiempo” which was met with critical acclaim and propelled them to stardom. Mainstream Success From 2015 onwards, Códice have been at the forefront of Latin American music. They have had several chart-topping hits on both sides of the border, including “Amor de Locos” and “Besos Borrachos”. They have also collaborated with some of the biggest names in Latin music such as Los Angeles Azules, Paty Cantú, and Sofía Reyes. Their most recent album “Vida” was released in 2019 to much fanfare and has cemented their status as one of the most popular music groups in Mexico. Unique Sound What makes Códice stand out from other Latin bands is their unique sound which blends traditional Latin American music with modern rock and pop elements. They are known for their upbeat melodies and infectious rhythms that get even non-Spanish speakers on their feet. Their songs often address issues of love, heartbreak, joy, and sorrow that resonate with listeners around the world. Discography Códice have released four studio albums to date: “Tiempo” (2014), “Altas Horas” (2015), “¡Baila!” (2017), and “Vida” (2019). All four albums have been met with critical acclaim from both fans and critics alike. They have also released several EPs such as “Los Amigos de Siempre” (2016) and “Por La Noche” (2018). Códice continue to tour across Mexico, Latin America, and Europe to promote their work.