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Who is Babo Cartel de Santa?
Cartel de Santa is a Mexican rap group from Santa Catarina, Nuevo León, Mexico, founded by Hector Montaño and Ronaldo Sifuentes. The band started playing in 1998 as part of the Avanzada Regia musical movement and Artilleria Pesada. Currently composed by Eduardo Davalos de Luna, also known as MC Babo or Babo (lead vocals), Rowan Rabia (beatmaker) and DJ Agustín (only in live shows).They have been referred to as one of the most notable Mexican hip-hop groups.
Cartel de Santa started playing in 1996, when MC Babo and some friends began singing improvised rap songs.
The group became famous in 2003, when the band released its first self-titled album. The album includes hits such as “Perros”, “Todas Mueren por Mí” and “La Pelotona”.The album was produced by Jason Robertswho had previously worked with artists such as Cypress Hill, Ice Cube, House of Pain, Guns N’ Roses, Control Machete, and Plastilina Mosh. This contributed to the fame of the band.
That same year, the group released a video clip of the song “Perros”. This video was broadcast across Latin America on MTV.
A year later, in 2004, a new album was released, Vol. 2, which included hits as “Blah, blah, blah”, “La Llamada” and “El Arte del Engaño”. Cartel de Santa Vol. 2 counted with the collaboration of other artists, such as Tego Calderón, in “Conexión Puerto Rico”, and Mr. Pomel, in “Crónica Babilonia”.