Calle 13 is a Puerto Rican band formed by stepbrothers RenÃƒÂ© PÃƒÂ©rez Joglar who calls himself Residente and Eduardo JosÃƒÂ© Cabra MartÃƒÂnez, who calls himself Visitante and their half-sister Ileana Cabra Joglar aka PG-13.
Stepbrothers PÃƒÂ©rez and Cabra first got a record deal with White Lion Records after sending the label a demo tape, and after the controversial song "Querido F.B.I." was released, the group gained notoriety in Puerto Rico. In 2005, Calle 13 released its eponymously titled debut album, which became very popular due to the singles "Se Vale TÃƒÂ³-TÃƒÂ³" and "Ã‚Â¡AtrÃƒÂ©vete-te-te!". In 2007, the group released its second album, Residente o Visitante, which was also very successful and experimented with a wide variety of genres. The album helped the group gain success throughout Latin America and win three Latin Grammys. The group released its third album, Los de AtrÃƒÂ¡s Vienen Conmigo, in 2008, which won Album of the Year at the 2009 Latin Grammy Awards. Calle 13 released Entren Los Que Quieran in November 2010 and its latest album, Multi_Viral, on March 1, 2014.