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MEXICO CITY — Mexican ballad singer Julián Figueroa has died on the age of 27, his mom confirmed Monday.

Figueroa was the son of actress Maribel Guardia and singer Joan Sebastian, who died in 2015. Guardia wrote that Figueroa died of a coronary heart ailment.

Like his father, Figueroa sang northern-inspired ballads backed by a conventional band. His hits included songs like “Yo sería”, “Ay amor” and “Volaré.”

Guardia wrote in her Instagram account that her son died over the weekend.

“They discovered him unconscious in his room final evening,” she wrote. “When the ambulance arrived and the police discovered him lifeless, there was no signal of violence. The medical report says he died of an acute coronary heart assault.”

Figueroa was survived by his mom, and his spouse, singer and actress Imelda Tuñón, and their son. Funeral plans weren’t instantly introduced.

Joan Sebastian, one in all Mexico’s nice ballad singers, died in 2015 at age 64.

He was finest recognized for sentimental love songs like “Tatuajes” and “Secreto de Amor,” typically set to easy guitar preparations and typically sung on horseback.

Born Jose Manuel Figueroa, Sebastian had eight youngsters with 5 girls.