Kabah is a pop music group of Mexican origin formed in 1992 that separated in 2005 and have been releasing solo music ever since.
Their music and image have been criticized, copied and admired, and their music is very fresh and with lyrics that influenced listeners from all walks of life -- but especially young people. Their topics ranged far and wide, including subjects such as ecology, racism, sexual preference, living life fully, fantasy, drug addiction, friendship, human values, love, lack of love and music itself, among others. Its success guaranteed that the song La Calle de las Sirenas was translated into Japanese and Portuguese. Their music videos were also indicative of their era. The group also had the mythical presence of Fitte, manager, composer and assistant of the group.