Eduardo Cabra, co-founder of Calle 13, is a Puerto Rican musician and multi-award-winning producer. With 28 Grammy and Latin Grammy awards, including two for Producer of the Year, he has collaborated with artists such as Jorge Drexler, Monsieur Periné, Vicente García, Elsa y Elmar, Cuarteto de Nos, Ruben Blades, Buika, De la Ghetto, Louta, Silvio Rodriguez, Beyonce, Rita Indiana, and many others.

In 2020, he ventured into his solo career, releasing his first album “CABRA” under his owns label “La Casa del Sombrero,” earning a 2021 Latin Grammy nomination. The solo journey continued with “MARTINEZ,” second album of the project, nominated for Best Alternative Music Album in the Latin Grammys 2023 and Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album in the Grammys in 2024. With 50 total combined nominations, including eight as Producer of the Year, Cabra remains one of the most influential voices in the latin music industry.

Music Producer

Co-founder and musical mastermind behind Calle 13. He is nominated for “Producer of the Year” in the 2023 edition of the Latin Grammy Awards for his work with artists such as Rodrigo Cuevas, Silvina Moreno, Cuarteto de Nos, Cami, Caligaris, Sie7e, and Rafa Pabön, among others.


He recently released his second solo album titled “Martinez” under the name Cabra, which is nominated for the Latin Grammy 2023 in the category of “Best Alternative Music Album.” It’s an album filled with collaborations with artists such as De La Ghetto, Ambar Lucid, Vicente Garcia, and Elsa y Elmar, among others.