The Latin hip-hop group Calle 13 comes from the island of Puerto Rico. The "family" trio is comprised of René Pérez Joglar (aka Residente), the lead vocalist, step-brother Eduardo Cabra Martínez (aka Visitante) on guitar, keyboards and synthesizer, and half-sister Ileana Cabra Joglar (aka PG-13) handling backup vocals. After both Joglar and Martinez finished with their college educations, they joined forces to try to make their mark in the music industry. The group got their start posting videos to the Internet. After about a year, they were offered a record deal with White Lion Records. Right out of the box, the group became embroiled in controversy due to a song that was written in protest over the killing by the F.B.I. of The Puerto Rican revolutionary Filiberto Ojeda Ríos, whom both men admired and supported. After the incident, things went back to normal and Calle 13 released its self-titled debut album in November of 2005. The album was a hit with fans and rose to No. 6 on the Billboard Latin Albums and No. 1 on the Billboard Latin Rhythm Albums. The album sold over 450,000 records worldwide. The group's follow-up album Residente o Visitante (2007) fared even better by hitting No. 1 on both of the same two charts. It also hit No. 52 on the Billboard Hot 200 Albums Chart. Over the next four years, the band released two more Albums, Los De Atrás Vienen Conmigo (2008) and Entren Los Que Quieran (2010), which would peak at No. 3 & No. 6, respectively, on the Latin Albums Chart. Over this period of time, Calle 13 became a frequent visitor to the awards circuit where they would pick up Two Grammy Awards, 2008 and 2010, for Best Urban Latin Music, and nineteen Latin Grammy Awards in various categories.