Retrieved from " https: In , the group released their first CD, Vida Salvaje , with great success even though it was an independent production. This album put Makiza at the top of the Latin American hip-hop market, as their style was much more evolved than other groups at the time. The same song was again in the spotlight in when it was used in Shotgun - the fifth episode of season 4 of AMC 's Breaking Bad.
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She rapped on this album in both Spanish and French as a raw and direct, as well as mature, MC.
During tijux time, Tijoux also voiced "Nea" in the animated series Pulentos. The album and its first single "" were an immediate hit in the underground rap circles of Chile, where she was welcomed back after a bit of a stray.
Combining steady boom-bap drum sequences with organic vinyl scratches and a flare of Latin American influence, the production varies between spicy and soulful, all with an overarching affinity for old-school hip-hop.
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Tijoux has often been praised for "exploring sensitive matters tijoix of violence. Phil Freeman of Allmusic gave the album 4 out of 5, saying "The music behind her is [ At the end of that year, the members of Makiza separated due to its members' desire to work on personal projects before their tour through neighboring countries.
The group released its third album inCasino Royaleunder the independent label Bizarre Records. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. In NovemberTijoux released her first single "Ya no fue" and debuted as a solo artist. The record was amongst the top 10 in for the blog WorldHipHopMarket.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It is simple and straight to the point, this being emphasized by her leaving behind a lot of the singing she had been doing previously in other more pop collaborations, and concentrating on rap, both in Spanish and French. Archived from the original on 14 November The album and single were immediate hits in the underground rap circles of Chile.
This page was last edited on 4 Novemberat Tijoux moved to Chile after the return anitaa civil power in Tijoux is the daughter of Chilean parents living in political exile in France during Augusto Pinochet 's dictatorship in Chile.
Due to problems with "La Oreja" record label, her first album which was produced by Erasmo Parra and Camilo Salinas was never released. InTijoux became widely popular for her participation in the group Los Tetas and their first studio album release.
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Inthe group broke up permanently due anitz differences in beliefs about musical production and direction. Latin Grammy Award for Record of the Year. Retrieved from " https: The production style resembled the New York underground sound inspired by the Native Tonguesand the lyrics of Makiza lacked the overwhelming " machismo " and violence of average rap. This page was last edited on 26 Novemberat This name uses Spanish naming customs: The same song was again in the spotlight in when it was used in Shotgun - the fifth episode of season 4 of AMC 's Breaking Bad.
InTijoux returned to Chile and worked on musical projects with Aluzinatia Chilean funk band. Record of the Year. After years of sharing the spotlight with her group, collaborating with other artists, and trying to find her way as a solo artist, Tijoux finally arrived in her tijouxx right; a raw, direct, mature MC.