Calle 13, the Puerto Rican hip-hop duo acclaimed for its politically charged lyrics, Afro-Caribbean beats and raunchy ... performing with Royce “Lluvia al Corazon” and “El Verdadero Amor Perdona” as the image of a beating heart adorned with thorns.
Rene Perez of the Puerto Rican reggaeton group Calle 13 appealed for US voters to pick the "least worst ... "I didn't cross the border / The border crossed me," runs one of song's lyrics in Spanish, a reference to the US seizure of Mexican land in the.
There she was in the studio with her friend, guitarist James Bryan, attempting to help write the lyrics ... with Calle 13 for a remix of “No Hay Igual” that was included in the international version of “Loose” and a remix of reggaeton duo Wisin.
who pioneered recording folkloric groups like Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto (who appeared at the 2007 Latin Grammy Awards with Calle 13). The meetings also coincided with the outdoor festival Jazz al Parque, one of several festivals that feature genres like.
Calle 13's Residente Pérez is channeling his explosive personality. Pérez's kinder, gentler side is on display on "La Vuelta al Mundo" ("Trip Around the ... I Think"), in which Pérez insists "my vulgar lyrics are more educated than your silence.
Calle 13 won album of the year, and other trophies, at the Latin Grammy Awards in Vegas on Thursday. >Calle 13 won album of the year, and other trophies, at the Latin Grammy Awards in Vegas on Thursday. Before shaking things up on stage, Shakira glows in.
Muerte En Hawaii" has a cool beach sound and its lyrics are ... latino Pero este reggaeton se te mete por los intestinos" Una de las cosas que más me gustan de Calle 13 es que se parecen a estos chicos en el colegio que se sentaban al fondo de la clase.
Calle 13 previously teamed with Campanella on a video for their track “La Vuelta al Mundo.” Péréz ... Calle 13 became known for their brand of “alternative reggaeton.” They went on to break the record for the most Latin Grammys wins ever at.
He opened with the same one-two punch as on the album: "Al Fin Sucede," a swaggering shuffle ... were it not for the crowd sing-a-long it provoked. Calle 13, the Puerto Rican reggaetón group that had performed just before Mr. Cerati, elicited audience.