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Brinca Cazzu, Young Miko 02:26
Nada Cazzu, Lyanno, Rauw Alejandro, Dalex 05:05
Peli-Culeo Cazzu, De La Ghetto, Randy 02:54
Toda Alex Rose, Cazzu, Rauw Alejandro, Lenny Tavarez 06:07
Las Nenas (feat. La Duraca) NATTI NATASHA , Cazzu, Farina, La Duraca 03:44
Tú y Tú Los Angeles Azules, Cazzu, Santa Fe Klan 03:36
Peli-Culeo Cazzu, De La Ghetto, Randy, Ñengo Flow 03:41
De Pari Cazzu, Mora 02:54
Maléfica Cazzu, Maria Becerra 03:03
Loca KHEA, DUKI, Cazzu, Omar Varela 04:06

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Even though Argentine rapper and singer Cazzu experimented with genres like cumbia and rock at the beginning of her musical journey, it wasn't until she dipped her toes in trap and Latin urban music that her career took off. Born Julieta Emilia Cazzuchelli on December 16, 1993, in Ledesma, Jujuy, she inherited her father's love for music and began singing from a very young age. After graduating high school, she relocated to Tucumán to study cinematography and later to Buenos Aires to study graphic design. Following the release of her debut EP Maldades in 2017, Cazzu burst onto Argentina's vibrant trap scene through an appearance on Khea's "Loca," whose remix version also featured Bad Bunny. Known for her fiercely independent ethos and strong female empowerment message, Cazzu continued her steady ascent to the top with the release of her studio debut Error 93 in 2019, which was presented through three sold-out shows at Buenos Aires' Teatro Ópera and a lengthy national tour. In 2020, she performed at the legendary Cosquín Rock festival, issued the EP Bonus Trap, and received a Latin Grammy nomination for Best New Artist. Released later that year, her second extended play Niña Inútil combined her love for R&B with the work of poet Alfonsina Storni. Preceded by the Top 20 single "Maléfica" with María Becerra, her second studio effort Nena Trampa appeared in 2022. The album featured cameos by De La Ghetto, Randy, Brray, Luar la L, and Ankhal, as well as the raunchy reggaeton anthem "Isla Velde."