Led by CEO Jimmy Humilde, indie label Rancho Humilde executives traveled to Washington, D.C., on March 1 to satisfy with U.S. Senator Alex Padilla (D-Calif.).
Joined by the label’s co-founding companions José Becerra and Roque Venegas, the assembly, requested by Humilde, centered on discussing key points that have an effect on the Latin group within the U.S., resembling a path to citizenship for the thousands and thousands of undocumented immigrants residing within the nation. The final time the U.S. immigration system was meaningfully reformed was in 1986, when then President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration Reform and Management Act.
Moreover, Humilde expressed his “need for U.S. consulates and embassies to create panel discussions and academic packages that allow the invention of hidden abilities that may be developed within the U.S. market,” in response to a press launch. The label executives additionally met on the White Home with President Joe Biden’s senior advisory workforce to “assess attainable methods for the Latin group to take part extra in essential voting processes on the nationwide degree.”
Whereas the discussions in Washington have but to result in any form of reform or the introduction of any new insurance policies, Humilde and his L.A.-based workforce have been energetic on an area degree. Most just lately, Rancho Humilde and its artist Fuerza Regida made a joint donation of $20,000 to the group Inclusive Motion for the Metropolis, whose work is selling the legalization of road merchandising.
“Road merchandising must be acknowledged within the metropolis as an trustworthy commerce,” Humilde mentioned in an announcement. “It isn’t solely a supply of job creation, but it surely’s additionally a sector that enhances consumption within the metropolis. I perceive their hardships and concern, as a result of at one level it was there the place I discovered my residing and that of my household.”
In February, Humilde hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Producers chart (dated Feb. 4) for the primary time, because of 9 manufacturing credit on the Hot Latin Songs survey. Rancho Humilde, whose roster consists of artists such asIvonne Galáz, Junior H and Fuerza Regida, completed at No. 4 on Billboard’s 2022 year-end Hot Latin Songs Labels recap.