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Albenrezension

Around the time the reggaeton gold rush of 2003-2005 was running dry, and a great many critics were eager to write off the style as a next-big-thing phenomenon that burned itself out, along came Calle 13. The Puerto Rican duo was a revelation: a reggaeton act whose appeal extended beyond clubs and mixtapes, one whose music was as engaging intellectually as it was sonically. Granted, Calle 13 was a reggaeton act that wasn't genuinely reggaeton. These guys were presenting an alternative style, one that was purposefully different — when so many other reggaeton acts were parroting the mannerisms of Daddy Yankee and Don Omar in hopes of cashing in on the gold rush, Calle 13 blazed a trail of their own. They didn't catch on at first, but once they did, slowly but steadily, they were showered with acclaim, including three Latin Grammys, and they enjoyed surging popularity, especially among the MTV demographic. All of this success opened a lot of doors for the duo, as Residente (the vocalist) accepted invitations to work with Nelly Furtado and Alejandro Sanz and Visitante (the producer) with Shakira and Beyoncé on their "Beautiful Liar" collaboration — not bad for a reggaeton act. The thing is, Calle 13 is so much more than a reggaeton act, something they seem to stress on their second album, Residente o Visitante. Sure, reggaeton is the basis for the music of Residente and Visitante, but they synthesize it with a wide-ranging assortment of styles and sounds, including opera ("Intro"), tango ("Tango del Pecado"), bossa nova ("Un Beso de Desayuno"), electric guitar ("Llégale a Mi Guarida"), and cumbia ("La Cumbia de los Aburridos"). More than anything, though, rap and electronica are clear touchstones for Calle 13, as Residente is a gifted rapper who matches Eminem in terms of wit and playfulness while Visitante is a similarly gifted producer who creates multi-layered tracks that rarely sound alike. As expected, Residente o Visitante is a significantly more advanced album than Calle 13, given all that happened in the time between. For one, the guys are much more willing to experiment stylistically. The handful of collaborations — true collaborations, not phoned-in vocal tracks — seem to have been a vehicle for experimentation: the lead single, "Tango del Pecado," is a clever narrative graced instrumentally by the Bajofondo Tango Club; "Sin Exagerar" is a crazed runaway rap showcase teaming Residente with his labelmate Tego Calderón; "Mala Suerta con el 13" is an impressive boy-versus-girl face-off with rapper Mala Rodríguez; and "Pal Norte" features Cuban rappers Orishas. These aren't necessarily the best songs. They just happen to be the most interesting, because of the experimentation — and they're front-loaded, kicking off Residente o Visitante wildly. As the album nears its 15-track close, it's just Residente and Visitante, the mood turns darker, and the style turns increasingly away from reggaeton and toward a more general urban-alternative style. "A Limpiar el Sucio," in particular, is powerful, while "La Era de la Copiaera," the derisive final song, whose title translates to "The Age of the Copier," closes the album fittingly. [An explicit version was issued in 2007 as well.]

Kundenrezensionen

maravilloso!!

Wer atrévete-te-te schon von Calle 13 kannte, wird das gesamte Album lieben und wer die erste Auskopplung nicht kannte, wird es auch lieben! Es ist einfach guter spanischer Reggaeton und Hip Hop und wem das gefällt, sollte sich dieses Album auf jeden Fall kaufen. Es ist auch nicht einfach nur Reggaeton à la Pit Bull, sondern von den Texten und dem Beat her, richtig gute Musik! Auf jeden Fall kaufen!

Biografie

Gegründet: Puerto Rico

Genre: Latin Urban

Jahre aktiv: '00s, '10s

It took the Puerto Rican duo Calle 13 roughly one year to catch on, after quietly debuting stateside in 2005 on White Lion (a small reggaeton label in partnership with Sony BMG) — but catch on they certainly did. By the end of the following year, Calle 13 had become the hottest new artist in popular Latin music, garnering Grammy attention as well as widespread critical notices and steadily mounting album sales. Comprised of vocalist Residente (born René Pérez Joglar) and producer Visitante...
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