Blessed Andres Duarte in Huelin, Malaga in 1975, Gordo Get good at became a pivotal body in the Spanish hip-hop picture through the 2000s. After developing his rap abilities as an adolescent, he recorded many demos with several collectives before teaming up with Nazion Sur rapper Alfonso Manuel Muñoz, aka Spanish Journey, to create Triple XXX. The duo released two albums, 2002’s Sobran Palabras and 2004’s Primera Clase, before disbanding in 2005. After 2006’s single debut Mi Puerta, he spent all of those other decade focusing on Reserved for Canines, a collaborative mixtape task featuring famous brands Shotta, Un Niño, and Juho. In ’09 2009, Triple XXX made an appearance on-stage together on the Sala Vivero and continued to record return record 4Life a calendar year later. Nevertheless, the reunion didn’t last lengthy and after another divide in 2011, Get good at released his long-awaited sophomore record, El Intocable.