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    Bien (stylized as Bien:() is the first extended play by Spanish singer-songwriter and rapper C. Tangana. Written by Tangana and co-produced with Alizzz and some other usual collaborators, the EP was released on May 14, 2020 through Sony Music.[1] Mainly composed during the COVID-19 pandemic national lockdown in Spain, the extended play shows Tangana's evolution to a more emo and melodic rap field.[2] It spawned two singles prior to its release, "Nunca Estoy" and "Guille Asesino". The project was re-released for its vinyl edition on October 21 and included a new track "Ojalá" alongside Chico Blanco.[3]

    Track listing

    • Cristian Quirante Catalán
    • Antón Álvarez Alfaro
    • Rusowsky
    • Alizzz
    • Rusowsky
    2."Nunca Estoy"
    • Quirante * Álvarez *Alejandro Sanz *Paul Jefferies *Rosario González Flores
    • C. Tangana
    • Alizzz
    • Nineteen85
    3."Guille Asesino"
    • Quirante
    • Álvarez
    • Miguel Barros
    • C. Tangana
    • Alizzz
    • Pional
    • Quirante
    • Álvarez
    5."Ojalá" (with Chico Blanco)
    • Álvarez
    • Quirante
    • Jacco Troost
    • Pablo Cobo
    • Raúl Bermejo
    • Chico Blanco
    • Jambo
    • Fallwood
    • Alizzz
    • Alex Ferrer
    Total length:11:52

    Release history

    VariousMay 14, 2020Sony Spain
    SpainOctober 21, 2020Vinyl


    1. ^ "C. Tangana nos rompe el corazón con su nuevo EP 'Bien:('". The Medizine (in Spanish). 2020-05-14. Retrieved 2021-01-27.
    2. ^ "C. Tangana y su nuevo Ep Bien:(, la nueva cara de Pucho". Neo2 Magazine (in European Spanish). 2020-05-16. Retrieved 2021-01-27.
    3. ^ LOS40 (2020-10-21). "C. Tangana lanza por sorpresa 'Ojalá' junto a Chico Blanco: ¡mira la letra!". LOS40 (in Spanish). Retrieved 2021-01-27.


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    Antón Álvarez Alfaro (born July 16, 1990), known professionally as C. Tangana, is a Spanish rapper and songwriter.[3] He began his musical career while in high school, rapping under the pseudonym Crema and releasing a seven-track EP titled Él Es Crema (2005). He gained recognition in Spain as a member of the band Agorazein. In 2016, Tangana began performing as a solo act under the stage name C. Tangana.

    After releasing a number of singles in 2016, including "Lo Hace Conmigo", "Los Chikos de Madriz" and "Antes de morirme", Tangana attained mainstream success in Spain with the release of "Mala Mujer", later included in his debut studio album Ídolo (2017). He continued to explore urbano and hip hop music on his mixtape Avida Dollars (2018), which spawned the top twenty single "Llorando en la Limo". Tangana continued to release standalone singles to commercial success such as "Bien Duro", "Booty" and "Nunca Estoy". He experimented with flamenco and Latin music on his second studio album El Madrileño (2021), which was nominated for the Premio Ruido and received a Latin Grammy Award for Album of the Year. El Madrileño became the best-selling album in Spain in 2021.

    Throughout his career, C. Tangana has won nine Latin Grammy Awards as songwriter and as performer, two Premios Odeón and a LOS40 Music Award among others. He has also been nominated for a Grammy Award, two MTV Europe Music Awards and two UK Music Video Awards.

    Tangana's outspoken political views have received significant media coverage. Considered a controversial musical figure within the Spanish industry, he has been accused of promoting sexist conduct through his lyrics. He has also been accused of being a "sellout" by colleague rappers. His pessimistic view on representative democracy, the monarchy and the Spanish royal family and his high-profile relationship with Rosalía, have also been topics of media attention.

    Early life

    Álvarez was born on July 16, 1990, in Madrid to Antón Álvarez Muñoz, a former journalist, and co-founder of the communication agency Evercom and Patricia Alfaro Águila-Real, a former preschool teacher, who now works for her son's business.[4] He has a younger sister named Ana.[5][6] His father was born in Vigo to an entirely Galician family, and came to Madrid to study at university, whereas, his mother was born in Ifni and is of Andalusian descent.[7][8][9] Álvarez grew up around the Latina and Carabanchel districts, and later as a teenager, moved with his family to Pozuelo de Alarcón.[6] He attended Colegio San Viator.[10]


    2005–2007: First steps as Crema

    In 2005, he gained recognition as Crema as his freestyle demos began spreading online. He focused on rap music and released a seven-track EP titled Él Es Crema (2005) and then two more (Madrid Files and Septiembre) in 2006. After finishing his baccalaureate he studied philosophy at the Complutense University of Madrid.[10][11]

    2011–2016: Agorazein

    Álvarez formed the band Agorazein with a group of friends in 2011.[12] That year he released a work entitled "C. Tangana", which was generally well-received, attracted many new followers, and was adopted by Álvarez as his new stage name. In 2011 the band released their debut album in Spanish as independent artists titled Kind of Red. Between 2011 and 2012 Álvarez self-released two albums: C. Tangana (2011) and LOVE'S (2012).[13]

    Tangana had replaced his particular style of short and direct phrases with short Anglicized phrases.[citation needed] While playing music, he made a living working in a Pans and Company and in a Vodafone call center. He began to shy away from the media in January 2013 because he did not feel comfortable with it.[14][15] In 2014 he released his first EP as an independent artist titled Trouble + Presidente. In 2015 he left his job to fully work on music. Agorazein released their final album Siempre in November 2016 and have been on an indefinite hiatus since then.[16]

    2016–2017: Record deal and Ídolo

    In 2016, Tangana signed a record deal with Warner Chappell Music and started working regularly with friend and producer Alizzz. His first release as a signed artist was "Antes de morirme", a flamenco-pop collaboration with then-girlfriend Rosalía.[17] The song was a sleeper hit until late 2018, when Rosalía's career started growing internationally and the song was included in the soundtrack of the Spanish Netflix show Élite. Tangana continued releasing songs throughout 2016. In 2017, Álvarez embarked on a tour in Latin America called C. Tangana Latino Tour. When the tour finished, he announced his official agreement with the record company Sony Music Entertainment. In April he released the lead single off his debut album titled "Espabilao". One month later, "Mala Mujer" was released on digital platforms as the album's second single. The song became wildly popular in Spain and in parts of Latin America. The track became a top-five hit in Spain, was named song of the summer, certified three times platinum there, and was also certified gold in the United States.[18] A remix featuring Farruko and French Montana was released in September.[19] Later, C. Tangana performed the track at LOS40 Music Awards 2017, where he was awarded Best New Artist of the Year.[20] The music video for "Mala Mujer" also received a nomination for "Best National Video". He was also nominated at the 2017 MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Spanish Act.[21] His first studio album Ídolo was released on digital download and streaming platforms on October 5, 2017.[22] In December 2017 he released "Guerrera" alongside Dellafuente, which became a top 20 hit in Spain and was certified two times platinum.[23]

    2018–2019: Avida Dollars

    In January 2018, Tangana released the lead single of his debut mixtape as a signed artist: "Still Rapping" with Steve Lean. The song peaked at 86th on the PROMUSICAE chart. In March he released the mixtape's second single "Llorando en la Limo", produced and featuring Alizzz, which peaked at number twelve on the chart and became another summer hit in Spain. The mixtape, Avida Dollars, was released on digital platforms on April 20, 2018, presented with two sold-out shows at La Riviera in Madrid.[24] and was well received by music critics.[25] Since then, Tangana started releasing independent singles such as "Bien Duro", released in June 2018, which peaked at number six in Spain and became the 32nd most sold song in the country. It was certified double platinum. In October, he released his first international collaboration with American singer Becky G. The song, titled "Booty" peaked at number 3 in Spain and became the 93rd best-selling song in Spain in only two months. "Booty" was also certified double platinum in Spain and platinum in the United States. Its music video was nominated for Best Music Video at the 2020 Premios Odeón.[26] In November 2018, Tangana was awarded with two Latin Grammy Awards for writing Rosalía's "Malamente". He took home the awards for Best Alternative Song and Best Urban Fusion/Performance.[27] The track was also nominated for Record of the Year and Song of the Year. He later received the Latin Grammy Award for Album of the Year and for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album for his contribution on eight songs on Rosalía's second album El mal querer.[28] In November, he also released "Un Veneno", a minimal, new flamenco track featuring Niño de Elche. It received critical acclaim due to its rawness. On November 21 he performed it on Operación Triunfo 2018. After the performance, he left the stage aggressively despite being scheduled to give an interview,[29] which was received negatively on Twitter.[30] The media coverage the situation received caused an increase in "Un Veneno" streams, making it reach the number two spot on the PROMUSICAE chart and be certified gold in Spain.[31][32]

    During 2019, Tangana continued releasing independent singles. In January he collaborated with Brazilian rapper MC Bin Laden and once again with Alizzz on "Pa' Llamar Tu Atención".[33] The track reached number three on the PROMUSICAE chart. In February he collaborated with Alizzz and Dellafuente once again on "París", which eventually became Tangana's fifth top 10 single. In March 2019 he performed at Lollapalooza Argentina and Chile. He also offered to do a show in Lima and did a showcase in Miami. In April 2019 he moved to Los Angeles. He attended the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards and performed at the after-party. While in America, he worked with Chilean-American singer Paloma Mami on his song "No Te Debí Besar", released in September 2019, which marked Mami's debut on the Spanish music charts as well as a new top three hit for Tangana. That same year he collaborated with Argentine rapper Duki and Colombian singer Lao Ra on "5 Stars" and "Picaflor" respectively.[34] A couple of months later, Tangana released "Yelo" alongside Alizzz. In February he collaborated with Natti Natasha on his own track "Viene Y Va" and alongside Tainy and former Fifth Harmony member Lauren Jauregui on the Puerto Rican's "Nada", included in his album The Kids That Grew Up On Reggaeton (2020).[35]

    2020–present: Bien and El Madrileño

    In April 2020, Tangana moved to rap-pop and sadcore music with folk elements, leaving trap and hip hop. On April 24 he released "Nunca Estoy", which was very well received by critics. It reached the top spot on the PROMUSICAE chart, and became Tangana's first number one hit in his career.[36] The track sampled both "Cómo Quieres Que Te Quiera" by Rosario Flores and "Corazón Partío" by Alejandro Sanz. In May, Tangana announced his first EP as a signed artist, Bien, which was released through Sony Music on May 14, 2020, and debuted number one in Spain. He allied with Little Spain Productions to produce, write and direct his upcoming music videos. In September, Tangana revealed to Forbes that his upcoming studio album would be very different from his previous releases and that it would be named El Madrileño.[37]

    On October 8, Tangana released the lead single of El Madrileño. "Demasiadas Mujeres" became popular in Spain; it debuted at the top of the PROMUSICAE chart and being gold-certified in only a week for selling over 20,000 copies. The song contrasted with everything Tangana had done and included a Holy Week marching band from Cádiz.[38] The song included a message of frustration and elements of folk. Its music video included a scene of Tangana's own funeral and references to his past relationships with Rosalía and Berta Vázquez.[39] On November 6, Tangana released "Tú Me Dejaste de Querer", which he called "the most important song of his career".[40] He defined the track as a combination of rumba and bachata with elements of flamenco music.[41] The track broke the record for the most-streamed song in Spain in a 24-hour period with 1.6 million national streams. Internationally, "Tú Me Dejaste de Querer" debuted at number 31 on the Spotify Global chart, marking the first entry of Tangana on the list.[42]

    In January 2021, Tangana released the single "Comerte Entera" featuring Toquinho on El Madrileño.

    C. Tangana released El Madrileño on February 26, 2021.[43] The album broke records in streaming services, and Tangana became the first Spanish artist to reach No. 1 in the global new albums list and place the whole album's tracklist in the top 25 of Top 100 Songs in Spain.[44]


    His first contact with rap was through the Beastie Boys album Ill Communication (1994) and the movie Fear of a Black Hat, as he mentions in his song "Diez Años". In this subject, he also affirms that his interest in the world of music took place at age eight, through a Michael Jackson cassette of "They Don't Care About Us". Among his influences, he has mentioned Drake's If You're Reading This It's Too Late (2015) and artists like Pharrell Williams or Kanye West, highlighting their ability and tendency to innovate and capture the attention of the public. However, on several occasions He has stated that he listens to music of all styles and that he manages to get something interesting out of everything. His influence does not come from specific musicians, but from musical movements that he embraces in his work, stating that his music is changing due to the new musical trends that arouse greater interest in him.

    During his time with Agorazein he was characterized by the use of rhythms and melodies that gave off sadness and rebellion typical of adolescence. The soft sounds of C. Tangana became as important as his voice, giving him a sound treatment that he has managed to maintain as he defends the most creative part of his music. Visually, it also broke the traditional patterns of Spanish hip-hop by moving away from the prevailing aesthetic in most of the world of Hispanic rap, where they still presented the pride of the suburban working class in the face of multinationals, branded clothing and the success and money that surrounded the upper-middle class where C. Tangana grew up.


    Studio albums

    List of studio albums, with selected details, chart positions and sales
    TitleStudio album detailsPeaksCertifications

    • Released: October 6, 2017[47]
    • Label: Sony Spain
    • Formats: CD, digital download
    El Madrileño
    • Released: February 26, 2021[48]
    • Label: Sony Spain
    • Formats: CD, digital download
    "—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.


    List of mixtapes, with selected details, chart positions and sales
    TitleMixtape detailsPeaks
    Avida Dollars
    • Released: April 10, 2018[49]
    • Label: Sony Spain
    • Formats: CD, digital download


    List of EPs, with selected details, chart positions and sales
    TitleMixtape detailsPeaks
    • Released: May 14, 2020[50]
    • Label: Sony Spain
    • Formats: CD, digital download

    As Crema

    • Madrid Files (Demo) (Solo) (2006)[51]
    • Septiembre (Demo) (Solo) (2006)
    • ElesCrema (Demo) (Solo) (2006)
    • Desde la octava ventana del bloque (Demo) (Solo) (2007)
    • EGO (Demo) (Solo) (2007)
    • Agorazein (LP, Es Tao Chungo Records) (2008)

    As C. Tangana

    • Agorazein presenta: C. Tangana (LP, self-released) (2011)
    • LO▼E'S (LP, self-released) (2012)
    • Trouble + Presidente (EP, solo) (2014)[52]
    • 10/15 (Mixt-tape, solo) (2015)[53]
    • Ídolo (LP, Sony Music) (2017)
    • Avida Dollars (Mix-tape, Sony Music) (2018)

    Featuring Agorazein

    • Agorazein promo (2008)
    • Kind of Red (LP, 2011)[54]
    • Alternate take No. 1 (2012)
    • Alternate take No. 2 (2012)
    • Alternate take No. 3 (2012)
    • Alternate take No. 4 (2012)
    • Siempre (LP, 2016)

    Featuring Red Bull artist encounters

    • AGZ0EUZ10LT (EP, 2013)


    List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
    TitleYearPeak chart positionsCertificationsAlbum


    "Alligators"2014Non-album singles
    "Lo hace conmigo"2016
    "Los Chikos de Madriz"
    "Antes de morirme"
    (featuring Rosalía)
    "Mala Mujer"5
    "Pop Ur Pussy"
    "De Pie"33
    • PROMUSICAE: Gold[55]
    "No te pegas"
    (solo or featuring ACHAL)
    "Demasiao tarde"
    (with Dellafuente)
    • PROMUSICAE: Platinum[55]
    Non-album single
    "Still Rapping"201886Avida Dollars
    "Llorando en la Limo"12
    • PROMUSICAE: Platinum[55]
    "Cuando me miras"99
    (featuring Cromo X)
    61Non-album singles
    "Bien Duro"6
    • PROMUSICAE: 2× Platinum[55]
    (with Becky G)
    • PROMUSICAE: 2× Platinum[55]
    • AMPROFON: Platinum[60]
    • RIAA: 4× Platinum (Latin)[61]
    "Un Veneno"
    (with El Niño de Elche)
    • PROMUSICAE: 2× Platinum[55]
    El Madrileño
    "Pa' llamar tu atención"
    (with Alizzz featuring MC Bin Laden)
    • PROMUSICAE: Platinum[55]
    Non-album singles
    (with Dellafuente and Alizzz)
    • PROMUSICAE: Gold[55]
    "Para repartir"
    (with Alizzz)
    "No Te Debí Besar"
    (with Paloma Mami)
    • PROMUSICAE: 2× Platinum[55]
    • AMPROFON: Gold[60]
    • RIAA: Platinum (Latin)[61]
    "Pronto llegará"
    (with Darell)
    "5 Stars"
    (with Duki and Neo Pistea featuring Polimá Westcoast)
    (with Lao Ra)
    (with Alizzz)
    "Viene y Va"
    (with Natti Natasha)
    • RIAA: Gold (Latin)[61]
    (with Tainy and Lauren Jauregui)
    5123Neon16 Tape: The Kids
    That Grew Up On Reggaeton
    "Nunca Estoy"1
    • PROMUSICAE: 3× Platinum[55]
    • RIAA: Gold (Latin)[61]
    Bien:( and El Madrileño
    "Guille Asesino"48Bien:(
    "Demasiadas Mujeres"16820
    • PROMUSICAE: 2× Platinum[55]
    El Madrileño
    "Tú Me Dejaste De Querer"
    (with Niño De Elche & La Húngara)
    • PROMUSICAE: 9× Platinum[55]
    "Comerte Entera"
    (with Toquinho)
    • PROMUSICAE: Gold[55]
    (with Jorge Drexler)
    "Los Tontos"
    (with Kiko Veneno)
    • PROMUSICAE: Gold[55]
    (with Nathy Peluso)
    • PROMUSICAE: 5× Platinum[55]
    • RIAA: Gold (Latin)[61]
    Non-album single
    (with Jorge Drexler)
    "La Culpa"
    (with Omar Montes, Daviles de Novelda / Canelita)
    "Una Y Mil Veces"
    (with Omar Montes)
    "—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

    Other charted songs

    List of other charted songs with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
    "Cuando Me Miras"
    (featuring Enry-K)
    201899Avida Dollars
    (featuring Rusowsky)
    202047Bien :(
    "Cómo habla una mujer"
    (Paula Cendejas featuring C. Tangana)
    89Non-album song
    "Párteme La Cara"
    (with Ed Maverick)
    20213El Madrileño
    (with Gipsy Kings, Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo)
    • PROMUSICAE: 4×Platinum[55]
    "Te Olvidaste"
    (with Omar Apollo)
    "Muriendo de Envidia"
    (with Eliades Ochoa)
    (with Carin Leon and Adrian Favela)
    "Cuándo Olvidaré"
    (with Pepe Blanco)
    "Hong Kong"
    (with Andrés Calamaro)
    "Me Maten (Live at NPR's Tiny Desk)"
    (with Antonio Carmona)
    29El Madrileño (Live at NPR's Tiny Desk)

    Other songs

    • "Cakes" (with Baboon Estudios) (2011)
    • "If She Don't" (2011)
    • "Bésame Mucho" (2012)
    • "Sympósion" (feat. Jerv.agz) (2013)
    • "Slang" (with Jerv.agz) (2016)
    • "100k Pasos" (with Sticky M.A.) (2016)
    • "Llámame más tarde" (feat. Rosalía) (2016)
    • "Baile de la lluvia" (2018)


    As Crema

    • Mike – Después de (ft.Crema)
    • Adriano Danzziani – Lluvia (ft.Crema)
    • Nachorte – Cara B (ft.Crema)
    • Chaman – Lógica (ft.Crema)
    • Mierda (ft. Crema, Métal, Kefler, Sélok y MackdeRojas)
    • Mack de Rojas – Volver a casa (ft. Crema)
    • Charlie – Hacer historia (ft. Crema)
    • Hombres de negro – Puedo ver las luces (ft. Crema)
    • Javo – Aquellos días (ft. Crema)

    As C. Tangana

    • Baboon Estudios – Bounce to it (C. Tangana and Razz) (2012)
    • Adriano Danzziani – Weed got it (ft. C. Tangana) (Catenaccio, 2012)
    • Kaixo – Space Line (ft. C. Tangana and Javier Marcos) (Drop Out, 2013)
    • Baboon Estudios – Dealing my pain (ft. C. Tangana and Carlos Alberich) (Trance, 2013)
    • Drisket – Protocolo (ft. C. Tangana) (Supermassive Blackholes, 2013)
    • Duddi Wallace – Némesis (ft. C. Tangana) (Ropleplay, 2015)
    • Elio Toffana – Morir Para Vivir (ft. C. Tangana) (Espíritu de Nuestro Tiempo, 2016)
    • Pedro LaDroga – Pedro LaDroga's Ke kiere ase RMX (2016)
    • Toscano – Echad Tierra en mi Cuna (B.I.C. Cátedra, 2016)
    • Danni Ble – Ondas (2017)
    • Farruko, French Montana – Mala Mujer REMIX (2017)
    • Guerrera (C.Tangana and Dellafuente) (2017)
    • Voyage (C.Tangana y Mpvnter) (2018)
    • Ramriddlz – Cha Cha (feat. C. Tangana) (2019)
    • Duki – It's a Vibe (with C. Tangana and Khea featuring LeeBrian) (2019)

    Awards and nominations

    2017LOS40 Music AwardsNew Artist of the YearHimselfWon
    MTV Europe Music AwardsBest Spanish ActNominated[64]
    2018Latin Grammy AwardsRecord of the Year"Malamente" (as producer)Nominated[65]
    Song of the YearNominated
    Best Alternative SongWon
    Best Urban Fusion/PerformanceWon
    2019ICON AwardsMusicHimselfWon[66]
    Latin Grammy AwardsAlbum of the YearEl mal querer (as producer)Won[67]
    Best Contemporary Pop Vocal AlbumWon
    Best Pop Song"Pienso en tu mirá" (as songwriter)Nominated
    2020Premios OdeónBest Male ArtistHimselfNominated[68]
    Best New ArtistNominated[68]
    Video of the Year"Booty" (with Becky G)Nominated[68]
    Tu Música Urban AwardsTop Urbano EuropaHimselfNominated[69]
    UK Music Video AwardsBest Lockdown Video"Guille Asesino"Nominated[70]
    2021Premios OdeónBest Urban ArtistHimselfWon[71]
    Best Urban Song"Tú Me Dejaste De Querer" (featuring Niño de Elche and La Húngara)Nominated
    Video of the YearNominated
    Latin Grammy AwardsAlbum of the YearEl MadrileñoNominated[72]
    Best Engineered AlbumWon
    Record of the Year"Te Olvidaste" (featuring Omar Apollo)Nominated
    Best Alternative SongNominated
    "Nominao" (featuring Jorge Drexler)Won
    Best Pop/Rock Song"Hong Kong" (featuring Andrés Calamaro)Won
    MTV Europe Music AwardsBest Spanish ActHimselfNominated[73]
    UK Music Video AwardsBest Rock Video – International"Maldito" (with The Parrots)Nominated[74]
    2022Premios OdeónAlbum of the YearEl MadrileñoWon[75]
    Best Pop AlbumNominated
    Song of the Year"Ingobernable" (with Gipsy Kings, Nicolas Reyes and Tonino Baliardo)Nominated
    Best Pop SongNominated
    Best Pop ArtistHimselfNominated
    Best Urban Song"Ateo" (with Nathy Peluso)Nominated
    Best Alternative Song"Párteme la Cara" (with Ed Maverick)Won
    Grammy AwardsBest Latin Rock or Alternative AlbumEl MadrileñoNominated[76]
    Latin Grammy AwardsAlbum of the YearTinta y Tiempo (as producer)Nominated[77]
    Record of the Year"Tocarte" (with Jorge Drexler)Won
    Song of the YearWon
    Best Short Form Music VideoNominated
    LOS40 Music AwardsBest Tour, Festival or ConcertSin cantar, ni afinarNominated[78]
    Best Video"Ateo" (with Nathy Peluso)Nominated
    Best CollaborationNominated


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