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LOUTA

5 504 fans

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QUEREME LOUTA, Wos 03:14
Contigo no cuento La Pegatina, LOUTA 03:14
Louta: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 20 Bizarrap, LOUTA 02:31
AMAME LOUTA 03:39
LA MIRADA Bhavi, LOUTA 03:36
LA FORMA DE TUS HUESOS LOUTA 03:32
ALTO VISTO LOUTA 03:15
TODOS CON EL CELU LOUTA 02:48
PALMERAS LOUTA 03:07
CHOCOLATE LOUTA 03:22

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de LOUTA, Elsa y Elmar

24/8/23

48 fans

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Biografía

Born Jaime James on June 22nd, 1994 in Buenos Aires, singer-songwriter and record producer LOUTA initially made a name for himself as a DJ before bursting onto the Argentine scene in the late 2010s with a distinctive breed of Spanish-language off-pop and alternative hip-hop. Debuting in 2016 with a self-titled, self-released EP, he soon drummed up a loyal following, signing to Sony in 2018 ahead of the release of his debut studio album, INSERT. Preceded by the riotous, reggaeton-infused lead single “TODOS CON EL CELU”, the LP was praised by critics for its unorthodox fusion of alt-pop, trap, boom-bap and dubstep among other genres, picking up the coveted title of Best Alternative Pop Album at the Oscar Awards the following year. Swiftly returning with a flurry of light-hearted non-album singles including “TAU TAU”, “COCO SHANEL” and “NO TE COMAS LA PELI” to tide fans over, James simultaneously concentrated his efforts into a sophomore album, reemerging in 2020 with the ten-track effort 2030. Spawning the hit single “Amame”, the project thematically placed considerable emphasis on the challenges of relationships in a digital age. It was nominated for a 2020 Latin GRAMMY for Best Alternative Music Album, with close collaborator and former Calle 13 member Visitante also receiving a Producer of the Year nomination at the ceremony for his extensive instrumental contributions to the LP. Rounding off a prolific year, James returned in October 2020 with a new single, the low-slung and club-ready “USH”.