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Calle 13 is a Latin Grammy Award winner (with a record of 21 wins, making them the artists with most wins in history) and three time Grammy Award-winning hip hop and alternative duo from San Juan, Puerto Rico, formed by stepbrothers René Pérez Joglar (born on February 23, 1978), who calls himself Residente (lead singer, writer) and Eduardo José Cabra Martínez (born on September 10, 1978) who calls himself Visitante (multi-instrumentalist, particularly keyboards, vocals, beat producer) in 2005. Their sister Ileana Cabra Joglar (aka PG-13, also known as ILE) has contributed the female vocals to some of their songs, and...
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Found 190 songs, duration: 10:18:58
Fire Escape
Six Feet (with Mike’s Dead)
Don’t Wanna Wake Up
Samurai (Reimagined)
Middle Class Nightmare (demo)
All My Idols Died
Fuck U till I Fuck U again
All My Idols Died
Rebels (slowed down)
Chasing a Lie
All My Idols Died
Art Hoe (ft. LIL PHAG)
Black Leather
you don't like me?
In Over My Head
Fire escape
Untouchable (feat. Call Me Karizma)
after love (ft. goody grace)
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13. Fire Escape