Virlán García is a singer, guitarist, and composer in the Mexican regional genre. Born as Jesus Virlán Baez García in El Tajito, Sinaloa, Mexico on July 28, 1997. He specializes in norteño, bandas, and corridos. On April 8, 2015, he then released his first live album Esto Tiene Que Durar. As a result, the album led Virlán to be known as a local interpreter. He then released a followup album Y Cambió Mi Suerte in 2016 under ShowBusiness record label.
Moreover, on 2017, Virlán worked on his next album Mi Vida Eres Tu making his music more diverse. Then in 2018, Virlán’s new album Te Comparto has full-length records and featured 12 songs. The album housed El Dos Letras, Quiero Reintentarlo, Buscado Y Certificado, and Lluvia En Tus Pestanas. Also, Virlán has performed live in various places of Mexico like Sonora, Sinaloa, Chihuahua, and Baja California.