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Gepe

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Invierno Gepe, La La 03:36
Hablar de Ti Gepe 03:27
Prisionero (De La Cumbia) Gepe, Raymix 03:54
El Derecho de Vivir en Paz Músicxs De Chile, Francisca Valenzuela, Cami, Gepe 03:47
El Volcán Gepe 03:29
Confía Gepe, Vicentico 03:04
Las Piedras Gepe 04:01
Timidez (feat. Natalia Lafourcade) Gepe, Natalia Lafourcade 03:34
Bomba Chaya Gepe 03:07
Ser Amigos Gepe 03:26

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Ya No Llora

by Banda Conmoción, Gepe

10/28/2022

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Gepe (born Daniel Alejandro Riveros Sepúlveda on September 28, 1981) is a Chilean singer-songwriter whose unique blend of 70s Andean folk with electro-pop has earned him the nickname of “the new guru of Chilean folk.” Riveros Sepúlveda started his artistic career in 2001 with folk-rock outfit Taller Dejao, a duo with bassist Javier Cruz. Gepinto (2005), his studio debut, featured the hit single “Namás,” and was ranked 22th on Rolling Stone’s 50 Best Chilean Albums of All Time. After touring extensively throughout Europe and Latin America, Gepe released Hungría (2007), an experiment that incorporated beats and electronic textures into his songs. Produced by Christian Heyne, Audiovisión (2010) further refined his pop craftsmanship and earned him a nomination for Best Pop Artist at the Altazor Awards. GP (2012) helped Riveros break into the mainstream, boasting an eclectic mix of musical styles, from folk to hip-hop, flamenco, and reggaeton. By the time Estilo Libre (2015) came out, Gepe had fully emerged from his chrysalis as a Latin pop sensation, collaborating with viral Andean pop star Wendy Sulca and electro-pop diva Javiera Mena. Ciencia Exacta (2017), a flawless collection of romantic pop songs, would follow the same path as its predecessor, albeit a little more intimate and paired-down. Two years later, inspired by the repertoire of Chilean singer and folklore researcher Margot Loyola, Riveros Sepúlveda released Folclor Imaginario (2019). The album featured 13 of Loyola’s best-known songs and was closer in style to Gepe’s earlier output.