Given birth to in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, to parents Diomaris Ortiz and Eddie Avila (Apr 26, 1977), Eddie Alexander Avila Ortiz didn’t waste enough time before jumping in to the music globe with both ft. He had clarified from a age group that he longed to be always a singer, and started singing and composing his own tunes as soon as age group ten. Eddie Dee started making television looks dancing and carrying out beginning in 1990, and released his debut record, Eddie Dee & the Ghetto Team, by 1993. Numerous video and documenting collaborations founded Eddie like a increasing talent within the budding Latin hip-hop/reggaeton genre. His 1997 task, Tagwut, featuring strike tunes like “Senor Oficial,” received him the Puerto Rican Rap and Reggae Award for Greatest Lyrics in the entire year of its launch. The record was accompanied by Un Terrorista de la Lirica (2000) and Biografia (2001), both which had been enormous underground successes, solidifying Eddie like a reggaeton icon whose worked well was admired actually from the genre’s mainstream performers who outsold him. Eddie Dee’s perhaps most obviously achievement arrived in 2004 using the launch of Los 12 Discipulos (The 12 Disciples), that was ushered in from the strike track “Quitate Tu.” The solitary featured looks by reggaeton A-listers like Daddy Yankee, Ivy Queen, Vico C, Tego Calderón, and much more. In the next 12 months, Dee co-authored possibly the biggest reggaeton strike up to now, the track that launched U.S. viewers towards the genre, Daddy Yankee’s “Gasolina.” Eddie Dee’s 6th solo recording, entitled Un Diario de Eddie Davila was anticipated out in 2007.
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