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Music Career: Ayala had first started singing and rapping at the age of 13, but it wasn't until he was recovering from the bullet wounds that he had the opportunity to focus on his music career. He was inspired by the style of Vico C, DJ Playero, DJ Nelson, and DJ Drako, and combined their styles with his own to be one of the first artists to perform what is known as Reggaeton, a style of Spanish-language dancehall reggae. One of his first music appearances was on DJ Playero's 1991 mixtape, "Playero 34", with the song "So' Persigueme, No Te Detengas". His first official solo studio project was "No Mercy" (1995), which was released through White Lion Records and BM Records in Puerto Rico. Throughout the 1990s he continued to appear on several of DJ Playero's mixtapes, many of which were bnned by the Puerto Rican government for explicit lyrics. He is considered to be one of the pioneers with the Reggaeton genre, and is actually credited by some as being the one who coined the term "Reggaeton" in 1994, along with DJ Playero. The two used the term to describe their music on their 1994 album "Playero 36". (Source:

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In 1997, Ayala collaborated with the rapper Nas on the song "The Profecy". Then he released two compilation albums "El Cartel" (1997) and "El Cartel II" (2001). They were very successful in Puerto Rico, but failed to gain any traction in the rest of Latin America. His first true international success came in 2002, when he released the album "El Cangri.com". Other projects he worked on during this early period in his career include a collaboration with Nicky Jam, known as Los Cangris; a compilation album "Los Homerun-es" (2003); and the albums "Mas Flow" (2003) and "Mas Flow 2" (2005), which he worked on with a style of Spanish-language dancehall reggae. One of his first music appearances was on DJ Playero's 1991 mixtape, "Playero 34", with the song "So' Persigueme, No Te Detengas". His first official solo studio project was "No Mercy" (1995), which was released through White Lion Records and BM Records in Puerto Rico. Throughout the 1990s he continued to appear on several of DJ Playero's mixtapes, many of which were bnned by the Puerto Rican government for explicit lyrics. He is considered to be one of the pioneers with the Reggaeton genre, and is actually credited by some as being the one who coined the term "Reggaeton" in 1994, along with DJ Playero. The two used the term to describe their music on their 1994 album "Playero 36".

In 1997, Ayala collaborated with the rapper Nas on the song "The Profecy". Then he released two compilation albums "El Cartel" (1997) and "El Cartel II" (2001). They were very successful in Puerto Rico, but failed to gain any traction in the rest of Latin America. His first true international success came in 2002, when he released the album "El Cangri.com". Other projects he worked on during this early period in his career include a collaboration with Nicky Jam, known as Los Cangris; a compilation album "Los Homerun-es" (2003); and the albums "Mas Flow" (2003) and "Mas Flow 2" (2005), which he worked on with prestigious reggaetón producers Luny Tunes.In 1997, Daddy Yankee collaborated with the rapper Nas, who was an inspiration for Ayala, in the song "The Profecy", for the album Boricua Guerrero. He released two compilation albums with original material: El Cartel (1997) and El Cartel II (2001). Both albums were successful in Puerto Rico, but not throughout Latin America. Between those years, Ayala released a total of nine music videos, including "Posición" featuring Alberto Stylee, "Tu Cuerpo En La Cama" featuring Nicky Jam, and "Muévete Y Perrea". (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

 

 

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