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My Husband’s Stupid Record Collection; Liv Warfield Plays Live; Calle 13’s Residente

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

René Pérez Joglar (a.k.a. Residente) of tCalle 13 performs during the Vina del Mar International Song Festival on February 23, 2008 in Vina del Mar, Chile. René Pérez Joglar (a.k.a. Residente) of tCalle 13 performs during the Vina del Mar International Song Festival on February 23, 2008 in Vina del Mar, Chile. (Martin Bernetti/AFP/Getty)

In this episode: New York librarian Sarah O’Holla is on a mission: to listen to each album in her husband’s vinyl record collection -- all 1500 of them. She’s chronicling her journey on the blog My Husband’s Stupid Record Collection, and even though it’s only a few months old, it has divided some readers.

Then: After releasing an unsuccessful first album, R&B singer Liv Warfield was ready to leave the music world behind. And then, Prince called. Now a member of his backing band The New Power Generation, she performs songs from her new Prince-produced album in the Soundcheck studio.

And: Calle 13 co-founder Rene Perez Joglar, (a.k.a. Residente) talks about Multi Viral -- the group’s latest album which includes vocals from Uruguayan poet Eduardo Galeano and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

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Rene Perez Joglar

Her Husband's Stupid Record Collection, And Her Divisive Blog

New York librarian Sarah O’Holla is on a mission: to listen to each album in her husband’s vinyl record collection -- all 1500 of them. She’s chronicling her journey on the blog My Husband’s Stupid Record Collection, and even though it’s only a few months old, it has divided some readers.

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Rene Perez Joglar, (a.k.a. Residente), the co-founder of the beloved and divisive Puerto Rican rap duo Calle 13,  talks about Multi_Viral -- the group’s latest album which includes vocals from Uruguayan poet Eduardo Galeano and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

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