Summary Nengo Flow, one of Puerto Rico’s richest Reggaeton rappers, is known for his hardcore lyrics. His lyrical content chronicles his life experiences, while his freedom with words led him to gain a considerable street following, earning him the title “The real G of urban music”. Early Life Edwin Rosa Vázquez was born in Rio Piedras and raised in the Bayamón district of San Juan. At fourteen, he began rapping with his crew, conveying their tales of life on the street. As his talent flowed through, his friends recognized it and spurred him on. He began performing on stage locally, exposing his talent in the community. Later he jumped on a mixtape with some rappers, and his name Nengo Flow was created. Career After gaining a reputation with his music, Nengo Flow came to the attention of the Univision label, who signed the rapper. In 2005 he released his debut album “Flow Callejero”. Along his journey, he continued to record and release mixtapes through “Millones Records” such as “La Verdadera Calle” and the “the real G for life series”. The mixtapes took off on both sides of the American continent, North & South, and “Real G for life mixtape 2” found its way on the Billboard Charts. Nengo flow has worked with many Reggaeton artists such as Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, and Bad Bunny. In 2015 the rapper commenced his label “Real G for Life Records”. His latest 2020 collaboration was featured on Bad Bunny’s “Safera”.