Violadores del Verso

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Violadores del Verso
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Violadores del Verso in 2002 (from left to right): Sho Hai, Kase-O, R de Rumba and Lírico.
Background information
Origin Zaragoza, Spain
Genres Rap, hip hop
Years active 1998–(∞)now
Labels Avoid Records, 1998
Boa Music, 1999 - 2001
Rap Solo, 2001 - Present
Website www.violadoresdelverso.org
Members Kase-O (MC)
Lírico (MC)
Hate (aka Sho Hai) (MC)
R de Rumba (DJ and producer)

Violadores del Verso (Spanish: Verse Violators or Verse Rapists), also known as Doble V, are a rap music crew from Zaragoza, Spain. They used the name Doble V[1] but were forced to return to their original long name due to legal issues (Doble V is also the trademark of a Spanish whiskey). The band members are MCs Kase-O, Lírico, Hate (AKA Maestro Sho Hai) and DJ R de Rumba.

Biography[edit]

Violadores del Verso started off in 1997 in Zaragoza, Spain.[1] They were initially 5 MC's, but Brutal (Kase.O's brother) left the group. In 1999 they published their first LP as a group, which increased their popularity on the Spanish rap scene. They had legal problems with a whiskey company called Doble V so they changed the name of the group back to their original name Violadores del Verso. In 2001 they published two more albums as Doble V. In 2006 they published their bestseller "Vivir para contarlo".

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Violadores del Verso". All Music. Retrieved 18 September 2014. 

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