[32] Jon Pareles of the Los Angeles Times opined that the group's eclectic musical experimentation helped the band qualify for multiple categories, including Urban, Alternative, and Tropical. [9] "Vamo' a Portarnos Mal" features ska and merengue-influenced rhythms. "[5] "Baile De Los Pobres" has been described as a "lust song" with subject matter comparable to Billy Joel's "working-class desires" in his 1983 song "Uptown Girl". vistas 178.757. The record spawned seven singles, including "Latinoamérica", which reached the top ten of both the Billboard Latin Digital Songs and Latin Rhythm Digital Songs charts. [32] The group also won Best Urban album, Best Urban Song for "Baile de los Pobres", and both Record of the Year (for recording) and Song of the Year (for songwriting) for "Latinoamérica". [Coro] It was annexed by the US in 1898 and became the 50th state in 1959. Puedo construir un cerebro sin leer las instrucciones Porque tú eres todo lo que quiero '"[3] These events had a major impact on Residente's lyrical style and the subjects he planned to discuss on the new album: "What's making me more mature is not about my age, it's about what I'm seeing and living. [2] "Calma Pueblo" discusses various topics including dishonest politicians, lip-synching in live performances, and payola. "[7] Jasmine Garsd of NPR praised the album and referred to the song "Latinoamérica" as "a gorgeous ode to Latinos everywhere". Configuración Translation of 'Muerte en Hawaii' by Calle 13 from Spanish to English. [2] Reflecting on the incident "I was upset, really upset. Muerte en Hawaii Lyrics: Yo he peleado con cocodrilos / Me he balanceado sobre un hilo cargando más de quinientos kilos / Le he dado la vuelta al mundo en … Es que tú me sacas lo mejor de mí While the music video is about de destruction of the dolphin habitat, the lyrics talk about the good person someone can be if they find the correct person. [2] During the ceremony, he referred to Fortuño as a "son of a whore", which generated widespread anger towards the group. This song features "vicious" guitar work from, "Muerte En Hawaii" features prominent use of a, "Juan Gabriel Steals Show, Calle 13 Sweep Latin Grammys", "Calle 13's Residente tames his anger in new CD, 'Everybody Is Welcome, "Continuing Days of Independence for Calle 13", "Calle 13 "Said No to Reggaeton" on New Album", "New Calle 13 Video 'Muerte En Hawaii' Pushes The Limit", "Review of Calle 13's 'Entren Los Que Quieran, "Calle 13 Promotes New Album with Nudity and Crazy Beats", "Calle 13 brings its urban Latin sound and fiery politics to L.A.", "First Listen: Calle 13, 'Entren Los Que Quieran, "Top Current Albums Chart - December 11, 2012", "Calle 13 /Album & Song Chart History - Latin Pop Songs", "Baile de los Pobres - Single by Calle 13", "Review: Calle 13 - Entren Los Que Quieran", "Crisper and more mature, Calle 13 returns with politically−charged album, 'Entren Los Que Quieran, "Grammy Awards 2012: Winners and nominees list", https://web.archive.org/web/20111122054758/http://www.recordland.com:80/tienda/v2/top40.php, "2011 Year End Charts – Latin Rhythm Albums", Latin Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Entren_Los_Que_Quieran&oldid=989815758, Latin Grammy Award winners for Album of the Year, Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Music Album, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 21 November 2020, at 05:29. Ven conmigo a dar un paseo por el parque I'm thinking before I say them. Mi creatividad vuela como los aviones [13][14] The record peaked at number one in Argentina, number 22 in Mexico, and number 90 in Spain. Esta canción la compuse sin escuchar como Beethoven 2008). Mientras más pasa el tiempo me veo más joven [31] Garsd commented on the band's appeal to Latin American listeners, explaining "They are fighters who endure and struggle against the very real horrors of Latin America. Recorded in the wake of controversial events surrounding the group, the album contains more political lyrical themes not discussed on previous Calle 13 releases.