Edmundo Gómez Moreno, best known as Raymix, is a Mexican entrepreneur, producer, singer, and songwriter of “Electrocumbia”, a music style coined by himself that is produced digitally blending the bases of Mexican cumbia with different electronic music sounds.
In 2013, Raymix was invited to work in a NASA educative internship to help develop a satellite, and in 2014, he headed an aerospace project in Mexico to develop another satellite and a rocket. During this project, Raymix wrote music to relax and disconnect, and it was then that he came up with the idea of mixing Latin music beds, specifically those of cumbia, purely as an experiment. That same October, he created his first Electrocumbia, “Oye Mujer” which became a viral hit on digital platforms.
With over 700 million streams, “Oye Mujer” won the Latin American Music Award as Favorite Regional Mexican song in 2018, and in 2019, it won a Latin Billboard for “Song of the Year. His 19-track album, Oye Mujer won Raymix yet another Latin AMA for Best Album- Regional Mexican. That same year both SACM and ASCAP recognized his songwriting with an award.
In 2020, Raymix was nominated as Favorite Artist- Regional Mexican at the Billboard Latin Awards where he also performed alongside Pop icon, Paulina Rubio.
To date, Raymix has achieved a Top 7 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart and a #1 on the Tropical Songs, Regional Mexican, and Latin Airplay charts. He has also been named as Latin Artist on the Rise by Billboard and has been interviewed by media as prestigious as Billboard and Rolling Stone magazines. He has been Platinum certified 13x in the United States and has received Diamond certifications in Mexico. He has also collaborated with starts such as J Balvin, Juanes, and Paulina Rubio, with whom he won the Premio Lo Nuestro for Cumbia Song of the Year in 2021.