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Dramatica

Falsalarma

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The fourth album by the hip-hop crew from Barcelona — not counting side projects, maxis, or collaborations — introduces 18 tracks of menacing beats and oppressive tones, with lyrics largely inspired by the harsh reality of the current social and economic crisis in Spain. Dramática is Falsalarma's most elaborate work to date, as it boasts cameos by MCs Rapsusklei, Roe Delgado, Gordo Master, Kultama, Toskoman, and Capaz and a long list of producers and beatmakers (Spanish and not) such as C'Mon, Acción Sánchez, El Santo, Baghira, Auditory Beats, Flawless, Izzy, and Jefe de la M, among others.

Biografía

Género: Hip-Hop/Rap

Años de actividad: '00s

Fronted by MC brothers El Santo and Tito, Barcelona-based Falsalarma are one of Spain's most successful hip-hop outfits of the 2000s. Having first come to attention with a guest appearance on Frank-T's Frankattack, the two siblings (real names David and Angel Navarro Romero) joined forces with DJ Neas and producer Dycache Santiago to release their debut album, La Revolucion del Sonido, independently in 1997. After signing to influential hip-hop label Avoid, their follow-up, La Misiva, arrived in...
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