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ANA TIJOUX
1977

Ana (Anita) Tijoux is a Chilean rap singer and songwriter. She is born in 1977 in Lille, France, and is the daughter of two Chilean exiles in France during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet. After the 1973 Chilean coup d'état, when Pinochet assumes power and overthrows the elected president Salvador Allende, her family flees Chile. Ana moves back to her country only after the return of civil power in 1993.

Ana works with important Chilean hip hop groups and over the years becomes widely popular as one of the best MCs all over the world. In 2006 she gets close to pop music and collaborates with Julieta Venegas for the radio hit “Eres para mí”. Her first solo album, “1977”, is nominated to Grammy and Latin Grammy. The homonymous single, “1977”, is a huge success in Latin America and in the United States. It’s featured on the video game FIFA 11 and on the very famous TV series Breaking Bad. Radiohead’s Thom Yorke recommends “1977” as one of the best song of the year.

Today Ana Tijoux (with her second album “La Bala” gets another nomination to the Grammy) is one of the most celebrate Chilean artists in the international panorama, among the most credible and politically and socially active. Ana Tijoux, singer songwriter mother, seems to be the heir of two important Chilean women, symbols of a country and of the whole Latin America: Violeta Parra, the very famous composer and singer of struggles against social injustices, researcher and keeper of her culture’s folk music, and Gabriela Mistral, Nobel Prize in Literature, poet and feminist, a milestone of the Chilean literature. Salud!