"Negro Y Azul: The Ballad of Heisenberg" is a Narcocorrido song performed by Los Cuates de Sinaloa that tells the story of a "gringo boss" named "Heisenberg" and his infamous "blue meth," which has crossed the border into Mexico.
The words negro y azul translate to "black and blue", which refer to the colors the skin turns when bruised and the colors of Heisenberg - black - and his product Blue Sky. It is featured in the teaser for the episode of the same name.
The City's called Duke The State's called New Mexico Among the gangsters, The gringo's name is inflated 'Cause of the new drug they created They say the drug is blue And the quality pure This potent drug's runnin' through the city And no one could stop it if they wanted to The cartel's running hot because They weren't getting respect Talking 'bout some "Heisenberg" Who owns the market now No one knows the man Since they haven't seen his face The cartel's about respect And they ain't forgiving But that homie's dead He just doesn't know it yet Heisenberg's fame has got Down to Michoacan From way far away They want to taste that meth That blue stuff has crossed the border Now New Mexico's living up to its name Looks just like Mexico In all the drugs it's hiding Except there's a gringo boss And he's known as "Heisenberg" The cartel's running hot because They weren't getting respect Talkin' 'bout some "Heisenberg" Who owns the market now No one knows the man since They're never seen his face The fury of the cartel Ain't no one escaped it yet But that homie's dead He just doesn't know it yet.
VideoLos Cuates De Sinaloa - Negro y Azul(03:56)