Eladio Carrion

Eladio Carrion

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Puerto Rican-American rapper and singer of Latin trap and reggaeton. Eladio Carrión was born in Kansas City, Missouri, into a Puerto Rican family; as his father was in the U.S. Military, they frequently moved from state-to-state. In his youth, he showed athletic promise, notably excelling in swimming, going on to represent Puerto Rico at the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games. Shortly after 2012 began, Carrión abandoned swimming to begin his artistic career, as an influencer through digital platforms (such as Vine and Instagram), in which he uploaded comedic videos to gain followers. In 2017 Carrión officially debuted as a singer with the single "Me Enamoré de una Yal" with Ele A el Dominio and Ñengo Flow, under the Los de la Nazza record label, which reached the top positions on SoundCloud and Spotify. In 2019 he was again collaborating with artists such as Rauw Alejandro in "Dice Que No", Ñejo in "Periódico de Ayer", Noriel "Se Moja" and his most important collaboration was with the Spanish rapper Maikel Delacalle in "Si Tú Me Quisieras". In that same year, after making several collaborations, he was nominated for the Premios Juventud in the category of Nueva generación urbana, this being his first nomination for a musical award. On January 31, 2020, Carrión released his debut album Sauce Boyz under the Rimas Entertainment label, which ranked #8 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums for 10 consecutive weeks. On January 8, 2021, Carrión released his album Monarca, which includes collaborations with J Balvin, Yandel, Cazzu and Lunay. On June 9, Carrión collaborated with noted Argentine songwriter and producer Bizarrap on the track "Eladio Carrión: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 40". On December 2, 2021, he released his third studio album, Sauce Boyz 2 (a ‘sequel’ to Sauce Boyz), featuring collaborations with numerous international artists, including Arcángel, Bizarrap, Duki, Jay Wheeler, Jon Z, Karol G, Luar la L, Rels B, Sech, Myke Towers, Nicky Jam, Noriel, and Ovi. On March 17, 2023, he released his fourth album, 3men2 Kbrn. It features even more high-profile guest appearances, from Lil Wayne, Future, 50 Cent, Bad Bunny, Myke Towers, Quavo, Rich the Kid, Ñengo Flow, Lil Tjay, Luar la L, Fivio Foreign, SHB and Hydro. Carrión performed at the 22nd Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April 2023.

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