While this year has proven challenging, many artists, like Chicago’s Troigo, have the will to step up to the plate, with music that’s as disparate from everything around us as just about anything else this year. Today he shares the stand-alone single and indie-pop gem that is “Ay Mijo.” Here his Spanglish moves seamlessly throughout. He sings in both languages, and it’s quite fitting. He embraces both his Mexican culture as well the life his family offered up in the south side of Chicago. His chorus of “Ay mijo ven paca / no los dejas que te tratan mal,” utilizes the Spanish-America slang that are easy to recognize over mechanized beats under jangly guitars and plucked notes.