Calle Ciega

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Calle Ciega
Origin Caracas, Distrito Capital
Genres URBANO
Years active 1996–present
Website [1]
Members MANY
JARU
GATO
ANDRES
JERRY
Past members Chino & Nacho

Calle Ciega is a reggaeton boy band from Venezuela. It started early in 1996 with merengue hip hop, ending its evolution in a mix of dance reggaeton with a unique Venezuelan "flow". Actually in its fifth generation they are representative group of tropical urban style and they are conformed by four integrants: Aldo, Kevin, Sandy y Anderson, Venezuelans talents. In the second generation The group had five elements: Nacho, El Chino, Luifer, Kent and Emilio. All of them coming from different cities in Venezuela and from other musical projects.

Their hit single "Mi Cachorrita" has been number one for more than 23 weeks in Venezuela, and for more than 35 in the top 20 of that country's Record Report. Right now, Calle Ciega has started their international tour to support the record deal they inked with Prisma Records in Miami, Florida. Their recent visit to Miami in a promotional tour, was noticed by the media, and they are scheduled to come back in October. Meanwhile they continue to do shows in Venezuela and are gaining popularity in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia, where they are the opening act for top Reggaeton stars Daddy Yankee, Mey Vidal, and Ivy Queen.

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Mi Cachorrita"
  • "Como te extraña mi cama"
  • "El Vestido Rojo"
  • "La Pastillita"
  • "Dile"
  • "Apaga la Luz"
  • "Amandote mas"
  • "Mia"

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