Video Premiere: “El Aguante” By Calle 13

Calle 13

You’ve heard the song all over the airwaves and now the video is finally here! 

It is el video de Calle 13’s “El Aguante”. 

To launch the video, René Pérez Joglar also known as “Residente” and Eduardo Cabra Martínez “Visitante” met with a group of students at la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) to talk about social issues and music. 

The video shows violent images of people getting hanged and hit pero it also shows both members of the Puerto Rican band cheering for “el aguante.”

“El aguante” refers to the issues that people have to tolerate such as politics, low wages, wars, second-hand smoking, natural disasters, religion and education. 

“Por lo que fue y por lo que pudo ser. Por lo que hay, por lo que puede faltar. Por lo que venga y por este instante. A brindar por el aguante!,” the song’s lyrics say. 

La canción es the second single off of the band’s most recent album “MultiViral.”

Check out the video here: 

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