The Mexican counterculture beats at a different pace. Exactly 76 beats per minute, the tempo to which the cumbia lowered responds, a musical style typical of the Mexican town of Monterrey derived from the traditional cumbia heard in Colombia. A place where young people survive abandoned by society. Laborers abandoned in the middle of a war against drug trafficking that Felipe Calderón started and that devastated the local youth. For them, getting together and dancing cumbia rebajada is an act of rebellion.