About Sindicato Argentino Del Hip Hop
It must be an uphill battle bringing hip-hop to the land of tango, but Argentina's Smoler, Huexo and DJ Fabry aren't about to let that stop them. Formed in 1992, the group released their debut, the (perhaps) wishfully titled Nacion Hip-Hop in 1997 and signed to Universal three years later, after making an appearance on an MTV compilation of Latin rap. In 2005 they released an album on Universal's new urban imprint, Macnete. Sangre Sudor y Furia sported tough, able rhymes; hard-boiled production and a cartoonishly angry cover.