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Peso Pluma

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BELLAKEO Peso Pluma, Anitta 03:17
QLONA KAROL G, Peso Pluma 02:53
Igual Que Un Ángel Kali Uchis, Peso Pluma 04:20
Ella Baila Sola Eslabon Armado, Peso Pluma 02:45
LADY GAGA Peso Pluma, Gabito Ballesteros, Junior H 03:32
Rompe La Dompe Peso Pluma, Junior H, Óscar Maydon 02:45
BIPOLAR Peso Pluma, Jasiel Nunez, Junior H 04:25
NO SON KLLE Santa Fe Klan, Duki, Peso Pluma 03:43
A Tu Manera Junior H, Peso Pluma 04:21
NUEVA VIDA Peso Pluma 03:10

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Peso Pluma, born Hassan Emilio Kabande Laija on June 15, 1999 in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico, is a Mexican rapper, musician, and singer. He began playing the guitar during his teenage years and honed his skills by writing songs influenced by regional Mexican music. Pluma gained moderate success with his first two studio albums, Ah y Qué? (2020) and Efectos Secundarios (2021). In 2022, Pluma achieved significant breakthrough with the release of single "El Belicón" in collaboration with Raul Vega, selling 480,000 units and earning an 8× Platinum Latin certification from the RIAA. Further developing his distinct musical style, characterized by corridos tumbados (corridos infused with elements of urban music, trap, and reggaeton), his popularity grew with the extended play Sembrando and the duet "Siempre Pendientes" with Luis R Conriquez, which received a 5× Platinum Latin certification and entered the Billboard Global 200 chart. Pluma's collaborations with Natanael Cano, namely "AMG" and "PRC," became viral sensations and charted on the Billboard Hot 100, making a strong impact in the Latin music community. In April, Pluma and Eslabon Armado made history with "Ella Baila Sola," becoming the first regional Mexican song to reach the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100, eventually peaking at number 4. The success of the song catapulted Pluma's popularity worldwide, with eight of his songs simultaneously appearing on the Hot 100 in the week of April 29, 2023, making him the Mexican artist with the most Spanish-language entries in the US.