Mexican singer Gerardo Ortiz, the most frequently-nominated artist at the Billboard Mexican Music Awards, hits the market on Tuesday with his new album "Entre Dios y el Diablo," his recording label said.

Ortiz, who has garnered 10 nominations at the first edition of the awards recognizing Mexican musical talent, has already released the first single from the album, "Aquiles Afirmo."

"The launching will take place at a party that will be held (Tuesday) evening in one of the best-known clubs in Los Angeles, which will be attended by various celebrities, executives from the music world and fans of Gerardo Ortiz who won the opportunity to celebrate his new (album) launching with him," Sony Music said.

"Entre Dios y el Diablo" will be available in two formats: the original version with 12 songs and a "deluxe" edition that includes a second album with nine additional numbers.

Ortiz is best known as a singer of "narco-corridos," ballads about the lives and - usually violent - deaths of drug traffickers.