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Tiago PZK

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Piel Tiago PZK, Ke personajes 02:21
Una Foto Remix (feat. Emilia) Mesita, Nicki Nicole, Tiago PZK, Emilia 04:03
Entre Nosotros Tiago PZK, LIT killah 03:12
Que Se Parezca A Ti Tiago PZK 03:04
Salimo de Noche Tiago PZK, Trueno 02:57
Tiago PZK: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 48 Bizarrap, Tiago PZK 02:40
Los del Espacio LIT killah, Tiago PZK, Maria Becerra, Duki 05:38
Entre Nosotros (Remix) [con Nicki Nicole] Tiago PZK, LIT killah, Maria Becerra, Nicki Nicole 04:20
rápido lento Emilia, Tiago PZK 03:33

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Tiago Uriel Pacheco (August 3, 2001), better known as Tiago PZK, is a rapper from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Known for both his freestyling abilities and melodic skills, he is well-versed in a whole host of styles that range from trap to sentimental ballads. He has also competed in the rap battles God Level, Nike Battle Force, Supremacía, GoldBattle, El Quinto Escalón, and BDM Batalla de Maestros, a contest he won in 2017. That year, Tiago PZK made his official debut with the single “Andamo’ en la Cima” featuring fellow rapper Kin. A year later, he rose to the forefront of the hip-hop scene with releases such as “Home Run,” “Finde,” and “Sola,” all of which accumulated millions of hits on streaming platforms. Following a very busy 2020, Tiago Pzk returned in 2021 with a handful of collaborations that included “Cazame” with María Becerra, “Prende la Cámara” with RMX, and the chart-topping hit single “Salimo’ de Noche” with Trueno. In 2022, a remix of his Lit Killah collaboration "Entre Nosotros" reached the top of the charts in Argentina, followed by a series of collaborative singles with Myke Towers, Tini, and Ozuna. The latter features on the reggaeton track "Nos Comemos," which peaked at Number 14 in Argentina and entered the charts in Chile, Costa Rica, México, Paraguay, and Uruguay.