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Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop

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A Latin rap group from Argentina, Sindicato Argentino del HIPHOP was formed in 1992 by 12 regional musicians, building their debut for the first Argentinean hip-hop compilation, Nacion HIPHOP, which featured “Del Barrio” and “Pide Mas.” Quickly, they were taking part in MTV Lingo alongside Control Machete and Illya Kuryaki as well as the Valderramas, among additional similar performers. In 1999, Sindicato Argentino del HIPHOP became a five-piece work, recording 2000’s El Paso A La Eternidad, which presented a rap edition from the Los Abuelos de la Nada traditional “Mil Horas.” A yr later on, Smoler, Derek, Frost, Huexo, and DJ Fabry had been nominated to get a Latin Grammy honor for Greatest Rap/Hip Hop recording.

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Full Name Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop
Awards Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Music Album
Music Songs Mil Horas, Representando, Dónde Yo Estaré, Confesiones, Del Barrio, Un Paso a la Eternidad, SRM, Tragos del ayer, Sangre, sudor y furia, Asi es mi vida, Los 6 Fantasticos, Nalp-le, El impacto, Imperio Kontraatacka, Agite, El robo, Los Seis Fantasticos, Tick Tack, Cuatro Minutos de Funk, Dime Que Quisiste, Imperdonables, En la Plenitud de Los Altares, Puede ser, Tiempos dificiles, Profesías, El dinero, XXL, T.N.T. 2mil5, T.N.T 2 Mil 5
Albums Sangre, Sudor Y Furia, Un Paso a la Eternidad
Nominations Latin Grammy Award for Best New Artist

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