“Atrévete, te, te, salte del closet!” This 2006 radio hit infiltrated the urban Puerto-Rican group, Calle 13, into the mainstream scene, only to be kicked out a few albums later.
This artistic and musical band is made up of three siblings: René Pérez Joglar, the leading singer and writer, Eduardo Cabra Joglar, the leading musician, and Ileana Cabra Joglar, the accompanying singer.
Calle 13 began as a fun and unique group that used a bit of vulgar language to invite people to step out of their comfort zones and to let loose. Now that the radio is fine with that, they have begun to include politics in their music. Read more