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Lélé may refer to:

  • Lélé River, a river in Cameroon
  • Lélé, Cameroon, a town in southern Cameroon.
Lele (rapper)

Victor Alexis Rivera Santiago (September 17, 1986 – July 1, 2010), better known by his stage name Lele, was a Puerto Rican rapper and reggaeton artist signed to the Rottweilas label. He recorded solo or as part of a duo with partner Endo under '''Endo y Lele '''. He was also known by his nickname "El Arma Secreta".

From 2003 until 2008 Lele worked in Hector El Father's Gold Star Music label as a song writer. After the company dissolved he sued Hector, for the royalties of over 40 songs he had written for him, but lost the case. He later went on to work with Cosculluela in his newly funded label Rottweilas Inc. where he both wrote, and recorded songs, most of them along with his partner Endo.

On July 1, 2010, Lele was shot 24 times in Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico, dying at the scene. His body was identified by his multiple tattoos, because, according to his mother, "there was not enough left of his face to identify".

Usage examples of "lele".

Bianca and Lele were bouncing about on the benches running along either side of the vehicle, giggling and pointing out the sights to each other.

Ponape and Lele, of Kusaie, of Ruk and Hogolu, and a score of other islets there?

Just as the Azores are believed to be the last high peaks of Atlantis, so hints came to me steadily that Ponape and Lele and their basalt bulwarked islets were the last points of the slowly sunken western land clinging still to the sunlight, and had been the last refuge and sacred places of the rulers of that race which had lost their immemorial home under the rising waters of the Pacific.

For to telle of this teuelyng of this trwe kny3te3, Hit is the tytelet token and tyxt of her werkke3, How ledes for her lele luf hor lyue3 han auntered, Endured for her drury dulful stounde3, And after wenged with her walour and voyded her care, And bro3t blysse into boure with bountees hor awen-- And 3e ar knyyght comlokest kyd of your elde, Your worde and your worchip walke3 ayquere, And I haf seten by yourself here sere twyes, Yghet herde I neuer of your hed helde no worde3 That euer longed to luf, lasse ne more.

Lele was better, but she was so weak and slow… All serfs were, of course.