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Cartel de Santa

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Mexican hardcore rap group Cartel de Santa produced their eponymous full-length debut in 2003 and grew ever more popular with each following album release. Founded in 1996 in Santa Catarina, Nuevo León, Mexico, the group was originally made up of MC Babo (given birth to Eduardo Dávalos de Luna), MC Dharius, maker Rowan Rabia, and DJ Agustín. In colaboration with West Coastline rap maker/engineer Jason Roberts, most widely known for his use Cypress Hill, Cartel de Santa produced their self-titled record debut in 2003 on RCA Information. Featuring the strike singles “Perros,” “Todos Mueren por Mi,” and “La Pelotona,” the record garnered significant acclaim within the Mexican rap picture, that was in circumstances of limbo following dissolution from the movement’s leading group, Control Machete. A season afterwards they released Cartel de Santa, Vol. 2 (2004), which spawned another circular of singles (“Blah, Blah, Blah,” “La Llamada,” “Un Arte del Engaño”) and highlighted guest performances by Julieta Venegas, Tego Calderón, and Ariana Puello. Soon after the discharge of third record Volumen ProIIIbido (2006), which highlighted the hit one “Cheka Wey,” MC Babo was imprisoned for unintentionally shooting somebody in his entourage. While he do nine a few months’ amount of time in jail, Sony BMG released the compilation record Greatest Strikes (2007). It wasn’t a long time before Cartel de Santa came back with Cartel de Santa, Vol. 4 (2008), which highlighted the one “Hay Mamita” and spoke towards the filming incident. Fifth record Sincopa (2010) was the group’s initial to reach the very best Ten from the Mexican albums graph. In 2013, MC Dharius still left the group. Their initial record without him was 2014’s Golpe Avisa. Viejo Marihuano implemented two years afterwards.

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Full Name Cartel de Santa
Music Songs Culón Culito, Los Mensajes del Whatsapp, Leve, Si Te Vienen a Contar, La Pelotona, El Loco Más Loco, El Arte del Engaño, Soy Quien Soy, Bombos y Tarolas, Clika Nostra, Traficando Rimas, Me Alegro de Su Odio, Con el Coco Rapado, Volar Volar, Suena Mamal***, El Dolor Del Micro, Si Estuviera en Dubái, Todas Mueren por Mí, Perros, Hey Si Me Ven, El Raton y el Queso, Doctor Marihuana, Mucha Marihuana, Vato Sencillo, Desde Cuándo, Somos Chidos, Volvió el Sensei, Crónica Babilonia, Súbele a la Greibol, Santa Muerte, Cheka wey, Dale Fuego
Albums Viejo Marihuano, Golpe Avisa, Me Atizo Macizo Tour - En Vivo Desde la Ciudad de México, Sincopa, Cartel de Santa, Vol. 4, Volumen Prohibido, Greatest Hits, Vol. II, Cartel De Santa
Nominations Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Music Album, Billboard Latin Music Award for Latin Rhythm Albums Artist of the Year, Duo or Group, Premio Luminus for Best Song in a Mexican Film


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Cop Out 2010 performer: "Vato Sencillo"
El Cartel de los Sapos 2008 TV Series performer: "Ratón y Queso"

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Los jefes 2015

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Los jefes 2015 composer: theme music

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