Los Chichos is a Spanish Gypsy band that was formed in the mid-1970s by brothers Julio González, Emilio González and Juan Antonio Jiménez. The band reached its peak popularity in the 1980s and broke up in the 1990s. Los Chichos sold 20 million records, making it one of the best-selling Spanish groups in history. Their songs focused on several topics and themes from Spanish Gypsy popular life, ranging from delinquency, violence and drugs to love. They performed popular rumba flamenca in the vein of Los Chunguitos.