Gawker's Jesus Diaz points us to this bangin' video charting the escape route of noted Sinaloa drug cartel boss Chapo Guzmán, with a narco-corrido soundtrack.
Turn on subtitles to see the translation of the "narcocorrido" about the escape. Witness the moment of the escape and the amazing tunnel (4921 feet long, with a ventilation system, electric illumination, and motorized carts) that El Chapo took to get out of the prison of El Altiplano, in Mexico.
The tune you're hearing is "El Chapo Otra Fuga Más" by Lupillo Rivera.
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