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Album Review

Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop's Un Paso a la Eternidad garnered international attention after being awarded the Hip-Hop Album of the Year at the 2001 Latin Grammys. The group features a number of different MCs, including Smoler, Frost, Huexo, and Derek, along with DJ/percussionist Fabry. Though no doubt influenced by the stateside hip-hop tradition firmly rooted in New York, these Argentineans draw more heavily from Latin music styles than funk, disco, or soul like their stateside contemporaries. They're also not afraid to feature vocalists on their hooks, such as in "Del Barrio, Pt. 2," though they stick to MCing for the most part. Though this album probably won't convert many monolingual stateside listeners, it's no doubt a dazzling accomplishment for these artists, who don't have such a rich hip-hop tradition to draw from like their New York contemporaries.

Customer Reviews


Tick Tack es una canta muy buena. Me duele mi cabeza cuando escucho de muchas cantas mexicanas, y esto canta no me duele mi cabeza! Ay Caramba!

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This is terrific, suprisingly funky, soulful hip-hop en Espanol! My favorite songs are "Cuatro Minutos de Funk" and "Mil horas". I wish more rappers from America would have a take on hip hop like SADHH does. Representando Argentina!


Formed: 1992 in Argentina

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A Latin rap group from Argentina, Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop was formed in 1992 by 12 local musicians, making their debut on the first Argentinean hip-hop compilation, Nacion Hip Hop, which featured "Del Barrio" and "Pide Mas." Soon, they were participating in MTV Lingo along with Control Machete and Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, among other similar artists. In 1999, Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop became a five-piece act, recording 2000's Un Paso A La Eternidad, which featured a rap version...
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