Puerto Rican rappers Rene Perez Joglar and Eduardo Cabra took to the stage in Toronto on Saturday for Panamania, a musical event held in conjunction with the 2015 Pan American Games.

Following the gig, Cabra took to social media to share a final shot of him and the band on stage for their final bow, writing, "Many thanks Toronto! And thanks to those who at some point jumped with us for the past 10 years".

Drummer Ismael Cancel posted a photo of his view from the back of the stage on Twitter.com and added the caption, "Our last stage and our last audience as Calle 13. Thanks to everyone who felt it... #Calle13 says farewell...until next time", while percussionist Andres Cruz posted a picture of him in Joglar and Cabra, writing, "Thanks for 10 years of music."

But Joglar, who changed his Twitter handle from "@Calle13oficial" to his nickname "Residente", assured fans this is not the end of the road for them.

He tweeted, "Working on alternative or parallel projects is not separating."

Since forming in 2005, the step-brothers found great success around the world, including winning 21 Latin Grammy Awards, the most of any act in the prizegiving's history.