He’s a Latin hip-hop artist that spits nimble rhymes in Spanish, English, and Spanglish over electro- tinged beats. As a cipher-tested skateboard kid from San Jose California's predominantly chicano East Side who cut his teeth in MC battles, and yet he’s also Hernán Hernández Jr. –who grew up watching his father and uncles perform in norteño's Grammy-stacking version of the Rolling Stones, Los Tigres Del Norte. His first single "Descontrol" is one of those up-tempo, wildin' out cuts that make club security and high school principals nervous with its demand to "muevelolo," emphasis on the latter "lo." Produced by acclaimed studio technicians the Iklectix, "Descontrol" is a rowdy club banger that bridges Latin pop, hip-hop, and electro. Mexia’s untitled debut album will drop this September!