People who want to know more about rap in Spanish always ask, “Where do I start?” So give us your starter’s playlist—3 songs we gringos interested in Spanish rap MUST hear.
First is Solo los Solo, a group from Spain. The song you need to hear is called, “Baila o Te Mato” (“Dance or I Kill You”). The second would be by the Chilean group Tiro de Gracia, and the song is called “Melaza” (“Molasses”). Last, is another Chilean group, Salvaje Decibel. And I would say that the song from them that you need to hear is “Poblacional” [this translates to a combination of population, nation, and village].