Noriega was among the major reggaeton producers through the style’s rise to reputation and business significance. Delivered Norgie Noriega, he started earning high-profile creation credits in 2002 (Todas las Guanabanas, Guillaera; Hector & Tito, La Reconquista; Magnate & Valentino, Rompiendo un Hielo). His breakout emerged the following season, when he created paths for Tego Calderón (Un Abayarde) and Vico C (En Honor a la Verdad), who had been being among the most reputed performers in Puerto Rico at that time. Also in 2003, Noriega was co-billed with Luny Music on Mas Flow, a groundbreaking mixtape for DJ Nelson’s Flow Music label. While Luny Music continued on using the Mas Movement series, getting reggaeton’s undisputed best hitmakers along the way, Noriega proceeded to focus on his initial truly single mixtape, Contra la Corriente (2004), that was once again commissioned by DJ Nelson and released via General Latino. Also in 2004, Noriega was acknowledged with an extraordinary list of creation function (Eddie Dee, 12 Discipulos; Todas las Guanabanas, Collection Two; Tego Calderón, Foe de los Guasíbiri; Mikie Perfecto, Evolucion Arrestada; Zion & Lennox, Motivando a la Yal; Baby Rasta & Gringo, Sentenciados). In the next years, his profession underwent some upheaval; especially, he still left the Flow Music camp and resurfaced in 2006 beneath the Univision banner for his second single discharge, Sin Control (2006). He also create Noriega Music Posting in an obvious try to gain a firmer control of his very own fortune.