Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA recorded his first album, “Real Hasta La Muerte,” while he was in prison for 30 months on federal gun charges. He’s since become an international trap star, known for a signature line in every song: “BRRR,” simulating an automatic firearm.
“My music is my soul speaking, literally. It’s spiritual. It has a lot of feelings, a lot of pain. It’s my experiences growing up en la calle [in the streets],” he told VICE News.
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