Otherwise known as El Papa del Rap Dominicano, he first rose to fame in 2009 after the release of his self-titled EP. He then went on to release popular albums like 2013's El Army and 2016's Latidos.
At only fourteen years old, he launched his professional rap career as a member of the urban merengue groups Los Warriors and El Proyecto.
His birth name is Avelino Junior Figueroa Rodriguez.
In 2010, he worked with Don Omar on the album and television special Don Omar Presents: Meet the Orphans.