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Ana Tijaux

Ana Tijaux – Dublín

Ana Tijaux
Ana Tijaux

Time & Location

12 Apr 2024, 19:00 – 22:30

Dublin 1, 35 Liffey St. Lower, North City, Dublin 1, D01 C3N0, Ireland

About The Event

Ana Tijaux – Dublín

Friday April 12, 2024

THE GRAND SOCIAL - Address: 35 Liffey St. Lower, North City, Dublin 1

Doors: 7:00 p.m. / Concert: 8:00 p.m.

Advance €25 / Box office €30

Ticket sales: https://www.wegow.com/es/conciertos/ana-tijoux-dublin

Entry to minors under 18 years of age is prohibited

Ana Tijoux is the Chilean hip-hop protester. Her cover letter could well be what media outlets like

The Rolling Stones who chose her as the best rapper in Spanish, The New York Times who points to

her as the Latin American response to Lauryn Hill, or magazines like Newsweek who ranks her as

the most important Latin American rapper on the international scene. Ana Tijoux was born in Lille

in 1977. Her parents went into exile during Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship in Chile, which has

left a mark on her career, marked by a special sensitivity to political and social issues. Her music

dialogues to the sound of hip hop, fused. A feminist and activist in her lyrics, she denounces social

and cultural deficiencies. In favor of women's rights and against gender violence, in 2014 she

highlighted in her album "Vengo" the song "Antipatriarch". They frequently participate in

campaigns against inequality and oppression in the world. Tijoux is committed to defending

women's rights and has denounced gender violence and inequality. Also the inequality faced by

artists in the world of cinema, or singers.

"We realize that in every place we visit, in every news item we see, violence against women is

reiterated, multiplied and totally normalized (...) deep down you are being asked with whom you

abandon your children when you go on tour, and many times it is women journalists who ask you

that, so I wonder: when are the daddy men who leave their children when they go on tour going

to ask this question?

"We have to be young, we have to be attractive, we have

to be intelligent, but they hope we don't talk too much,

and sing very beautifully and hopefully see ourselves

very sexy above the stage (...) one as music questions

oneself and says: 'chucha, what is my capacity for

movement here', because finally if one says that one has

critical thinking, one is still confronted daily with this,

from advertising, from atrophied bodies".

Ana is a global artist. About to publish her first book of

poetry and her fifth studio album, she dares to go

through all the creative processes: she composes, writes

and arranges both her own themes and those she

develops for different audiovisual projects, from films to

documentaries. She has also put herself in front of the

camera in films such as La Isla de los Pingüinos or a

Chilean series of upcoming premieres and feminist

theme called La Jauría.

CAREER

Her recognition in Latin America began in the late 90's as a femcee of the hip-hop group Makiza,

consolidating her worth and success with her second solo album "1977".

His first solo album, titled Kaos, produced by Nicolás Carrasco (Foex) of the Potoco Discos label,

together with guitarist and producer Cristóbal Pérez (Pera Prezz), would be released in 2007 under

the Oveja Negra label, founded by the SCD, with his first single "Despabílate! In this album she

fuses funk, soul and other black rhythms, giving himself the freedom to compose sad, cheerful,

dynamic and melodic songs with the desire to show a whole range of emotions.

With her 1977 album (2009), Ana Tijoux showed her skills through sophisticated rhythms and

lyrics, wrapped in a voice with a touch of jazz. The album, named for being her year of birth, paints

a picture of her childhood in France and pays tribute to the Chilean hip hop that inspired her in

the early '90s. That same year Radiohead leader Thom Yorke recommended his followers listen to

the artist's 1977 song, which raised Tijoux's popularity in Europe.

In March 2014 she released her fourth solo album, Vengo, musically produced by Andrés Celis,

mixing different rhythms and cultures. The artist releases a set of 17 songs, ranging from tinku to

the most contentious hip hop, with instrumental nuances full of political manifestos, contingency

themes, social and cultural deficiencies. The initial track "Vengo", which gives the plaque its name;

continues with the aforementioned "Somos Sur", together with the Palestinian femcee Shadia

Mansour; "Antipatriarca", produced by Cristóbal Pérez (Pera Prezz), dedicated to women's

liberation, women's autonomy and the vindication of their rights and the denunciation against

violence against women; and "Somos Todos Erroristas" which, following the line of collaborations,

has the contribution of Hordatoj. In the song "Creo en Ti", also produced by guitarist Cristobal

Perez, has the company of Juanito Ayala, with a cheerful lyrics, positive, full of awareness and

hope, nuanced with sounds of charangos, quenas and redobles nortinos, demonstrating the

versatility of styles combined in the work, Tijoux manages to impress a new local musical

environment, as well as opening the door to new exponents in search of consecration. It is with

this album that he manages to captivate the ears of great international exponents such as Iggy

Pop, who incorporated in the playlist of his BBC radio program the song "Somos Sur", appealing to

"this girl if she has balls", or as the Japanese composer and activist Ryuichi Sakamoto who shared

on his Facebook wall the song "Antipatriarch" and "No TPP" (2013), pointing out that there are no

borders for music.

PRIZES

She has dozens of nominations for various awards such as the MTV, 40 Principales, Indie Music

Awards and has eight Grammy nominations (both Latin and Anglo), making her the Chilean

woman with the most nominations for these awards.

Winner of the 2012 Altazor Awards, with "Sacar la voz" feat. Jorge Drexler in the "Best Urban

Song" category, in 2015 she won first place in the categories of Best Artist of the Year, Best Album

of the Year (Vengo), Best Song of the Year (Vengo), and Best Urban Music Artist of the Pulsar

Awards, with her fourth solo album "Vengo".

In 2011, she was nominated for the Grammy Awards with "1977" in the category "Best Latin/

urban/alternative rock album", which would be repeated in 2013 for "La Bala" and in 2015 with

"Vengo" in the category "Best Latin/urban/alternative rock album". Likewise, in the Latin Grammy

Awards, she has been nominated with "La Bala" for "Best Urban Music Album" (2012) and with

"Sacar la voz" (2013).

In 2014, she won a Latin Grammy with "Universos Paralelos" with Jorge Drexler in the "Song of

the Year" category and, in 2014, she was nominated with "Vengo" in the "Best Urban Song"

category.

Considered one of the top MCs in Latin America, Ana Tijoux has been nominated to the MTV Video

Music Awards Latin America as "Best New Artist", and "Best Urban Artist".

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