Saturday Apr 5
National Public Radio
Puerto Rico's Most-Loved And Most-Hated Band
The bad boys of Puerto Rico have grown up. Step brothers Rene Perez Joglar and Eduardo Cabra of Calle 13 have a new album that takes a more thoughtful route to deliver their message.
The Huffington Post
Calle 13's 'El Aguante' Is A Toast To Humanity's Resilience
The video for the song which basically means 'to tolerate' in English, was launched at the National Autonomous University of Mexico on Tuesday April 1. Band members Residente and Visitante, met for nearly three hours with a group of college students to talk about music and social issues.
The Tufts Daily
Album Review | Calle 13 displays maturity on superb new album
Although many Americans might not be familiar with the group, 13 is proving more and more deserving of attention with their groundbreaking and genre-defying work.
El Paso Times
Neon Desert Music Festival releases lineup
The lineup is set for this year's Neon Desert Music Festival and the Grammy Award talent is on its way to El Paso.
Calle 13 have come a long way since their 2005 debut, when they were a smartass pair of twentysomethings from Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico, riding the international reggae ton boom with a club-minded mix of sex talk and political invective.