The origins of Madrid street rap trio Alto Pakto lie with MC/producer Jota y la R and rapper Khavel-Ex, who released maquetas (just like mixtapes in the U.S.) beneath the moniker Perversos close to the start of the 2000s. Rounded out by DJ/manufacturer Pablo Pila in 2003, Perversos became Alto Pakto. After turning down many presents, the Spanish-rapping group agreed upon on with LAM Information and issued both LPs, Diamante en Bruto (2004), which included the one “Fahrenheit,” as well as the G-funk-inspired Funkatomic (2005). Section of a group of hip-hoppers from Torrejón de Ardoz, an metropolitan municipality in Madrid, the group produced a name for itself executing around Spain, following to performers like Juan Profundo, Hazhe, and Sólo los Solos. After Alto Pakto split up in 2006, Khavel-Ex embarked on the solo profession while Jota con la R and Pablo Pila shaped the duo D’dRUMMERZ and founded the Proyecto Lexury collective.