Perez Prado- Que Rico El Mambo Original
1948年，希望能够带来更多成功，Perez Prado搬到了墨西哥城并组建了自己的乐队。在那儿他编曲并发行了很多mambo歌曲。Perez Prado将他大部分的精力奉献给了Mambo，改名为El Rey del Mambo，并在一些墨西哥电影上出镜。他的编曲和演奏激发了墨西哥城的生活方式，比如Dengue Universitario和献给UNAM的Mambo Universitario，被墨西哥女人激发所创造的Guada Guadalupe", "Lupita" and "Norma la de Guadalajara，以及Mambo del Ruletero，他命名了很多不同的墨西哥邻邦。他也创造墨西哥乐曲，例如"Maria Bonita", "Besame Mucho", "La Raspa", Angelitos Negros, 和"Granada (song)。 1950年Perez Prado得到了墨西哥国籍，并搬去美国纽约待了几年，之后又返回到墨西哥城，直到1989年9月14日去世，享年72岁。
In 1948, hoping to gain more success, Perez Prado moved to Mexico City and started his own band, where he composed and recorded most of his mambos. Perez Prado, dedicated primarily to Mambo, started being called El Rey del Mambo, and he appeared in several Mexican films. He composed and played several songs inspired by the life style of Mexico City, like "Dengue Universitario" and "Mambo Universitario" dedicated to the UNAM; "Guada Guadalupe", "Lupita" and "Norma la de Guadalajara" inspired by Mexican women; and "Mambo del Ruletero", where he names different neighborhoods of the city. He also covered Mexican songs, like "Maria Bonita", "Besame Mucho", "La Raspa", Angelitos Negros, and "Granada (song)". Later in the 1950s Perez Prado acquired Mexican Citizenship, moved to New York for some years, and then returned to Mexico City, where he died on September 14, 1989, aged 72.
MAMBO No 5 - PEREZ PRADO
Benny More - La Mucura
Beny More在1945年到1952年也居住在墨西哥。在那儿代替Bartolo人们称他为Benny或者Beny。他在墨西哥和当地的管弦乐队编曲和发行了一些Mambo音乐，尤其是Rafael de Paz指挥的一支乐队。他们合作录制了Yiri yiri bon, La Culebra, Mata siguaraya, Solamente una vez 和 "Bonito y Sabroso"，这首歌他墨西哥人民宣传了舞蹈，并宣称墨西哥城和哈瓦那是姐妹城市。也是在墨西哥城，Beny和Perez合作录制了一些Mambo音乐，如"La mucura", "Rabo y oreja", 和 "Pachito e che"。同时Benny也和管弦乐队Jesús发行了“chucho”Chucho让人民领略到了Benny的音乐造诣，并被他自己称为"El Barbaro del Ritmo"。Prado的唱片在拉丁美洲和美国拉丁市场广为流传，但是一些专辑如Mambo No. 5" and "Que Rico el Mambo迅速传遍了整个美国。
Beny Moré also lived in Mexico between 1945 and 1952; it was there where people started calling him Beny or Benny instead of Bartolo. He composed and recorded some Mambos in Mexico, with Mexican orchestras, especially with the one directed by Rafael de Paz; they recorded Yiri yiri bon, La Culebra, Mata siguaraya, Solamente una vez and "Bonito y Sabroso", a song where he praises the dancing skills of the Mexicans, and claims that Mexico City and are sister cities. Also in Mexico, Benny and Perez Prado recorded several mambos including "La mucura", "Rabo y oreja", and "Pachito e che" . In this time Benny also recorded with the orchestra of Jesús "Chucho" Rodríguez. El "Chucho" was so impressed with Benny's musical ability that he referred to him as "El Barbaro del Ritmo".Prado's recordings were meant for the Latin American and U.S. Latino markets, but some of his most celebrated mambos, such as "Mambo No. 5" and "Que Rico el Mambo", quickly crossed over to the United States.