This Puerto Rican artist began recording rap and reggae in the mid-'90s before becoming associated with the second wave of reggaetón ahead of it reaching U.S. shores. Initially, he collaborated with fellow islanders Maicol & Manuel under the name Mansion Crew for cuts that appeared on DJ Playero's underground compilations. His debut, Exclusivo, earned a nomination for Rap and Reggae Album of the Year at the 1998 Premio Tu Música awards and in consecutive years, he was named Artist of the Year for Puerto Rico's National Rap and Reggae Day. 2002's Los Dueños de la Disco saw him fully embrace the reggaetón style, adding Latin and deeper Caribbean influences to his template of dancehall and hip-hop, and by 2004's Rebuleando con Estilo, he'd moved to Miami where this more commercial sound was starting to gain traction. In 2007 he ...
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