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Ana Tijoux became the voice of a generation, not only in Chile but around the world. Born in France during the exile of her parents from the military dictatorship in Chile, Tijoux began her career in the late 1990s with the ground-breaking rap trio, Makiza. Today, she is best known for her smooth flow and political lyrics, becoming an icon for feminists, students and socialists everywhere.
In her new project Roya y Negro, Ana has made a change in sound and style, exploring a more intimate side dedicated to love and heartbreak.