Although rap game was overpopulated with run-of-the-mill artists in the first 2000s — conveniently split into among three coasts and their respective styles — Livio impressed many within the underground scene along with his unique twist on the typical West Coast style. From the improbable home foundation of Seattle, Livio aligned himself using the lively Cali scene, specifically dealing with experienced Western Coast maker Funk Daddy (E-40, B-Legit, Sir Mix-a-Lot, C-Bo). The respectable maker laid down all of the beats on Livio’s debut launch for Pak Benefits, MY ENTIRE LIFE, Vol. 1. Furthermore, despite becoming with an indie label and becoming from Seattle, Livio drawn an extraordinary roster of guests for his recording, including D-12, Holder Deee, Noreaga, and Spice 1 amongst others.