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Polima WestCoast

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ULTRA SOLO REMIX Polima WestCoast, Pailita, Feid, Paloma Mami 05:22
ULTRA SOLO Polima WestCoast, Pailita 03:47
LACONE Polima WestCoast, Quevedo, Mora 04:20
BABY OTAKU Pablito Pesadilla, Polima WestCoast, Nickoog Clk, Fran C 02:56
La Gringa El Alfa, Yandel, Duki, Lil Jon 06:16
BIEN :( Alejo, Polima WestCoast, Raul Clyde 03:02
BARCELONA Polima WestCoast, Standly, Bad Gyal 04:03
TU ME QUIERES? Polima WestCoast 02:45
Te Quiero Ver Ceaese, Utopiko, Polima WestCoast, Young Cister 03:50
TU ME QUIERES? REMIXXX (feat. Lucky Brown) Polima WestCoast, El Jordan 23, Julianno Sosa, Lucky Brown 05:08

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One of the most influential Chilean trap artists of his generation, Polimá Ngangu Orellana (August 29, 1997) is a rapper who performs under the name Polimá Westcoast. Born into a family of Angolese descent in Santiago de Chile, he began singing in the choir of his local church at the age of 9. During late adolescence, he attended college with the hopes of becoming an electrical engineer but finally dropped off to pursue a career in music. Even though he made his proper debut in 2015, it wasn't until 2018 that he broke into the mainstream with the single "Brokeboi," which propelled him to iconic status in the local urban music scene. The success of the single helped him land a record deal with Sony Music, which released his first album Equilibrio in 2019. That same year, he performed at the Lollapalooza Chile festival for the first time. Preceded by the single "Enigma," his second full-length Las Crónicas de Ngangu II appeared in 2021 and featured cameos by Khea and DrefQuila. In 2022, Polimá Westcoast collaborated with urban music artist Pailita on the track "Ultra Solo," which peaked at Number 54 on the Spanish music charts.