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Nengo Flow Biography
Edwin Laureano Rosa Vázquez Ortiz was born on October 15, 1981, in Río Piedras district of San Juan. He is professionally known as Ñengo Flow and he is a Puerto Rican rapper, singer and songwriter. He grew up in Bayamón where he started in the music business. At the age of 14, Ortiz first presented on stage in the neighborhood where he lived in a community movement.
Ñengo Flow is one of the wealthiest reggaeton artists and had a net worth of $8 million in 2017.
Nengo Flow Career
After a few years, Ortiz became known as Ñengo Flow. His first work as an artist was to release a mixtape with colleagues and friends. He then released his first studio album “Flow Callejero” in 2005. He continued to release mixtapes including “El Combo Que No Se Deja” in 2007 and “La Verdadera Calle” in 2010. He also appeared on various reggaetón compilation albums including “Los Anormales” in 2004, “Sangre Nueva” in 2005 and “DJ Joe – Abusando del Género” in 2006. In 2011, he launched his álbums “Real G4 Life” and in 2012, “Real G4 Life 2” and “Real G4 Life 2.5” were launched. “Real G4 Life 2” reached number 75 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart while the 2.5 edition reached number 61 on the same chart. Also in 2012, he appeared on various artists’ albums, including Ivy Queen’s Musa while also providing uncredited vocals to the song “La Killer”.
Ñengo Flow’s Real G4 Life concert was nominated for Concert of the Year by the Tu Música Urban Awards in 2019. In early-2018, Ñengo Flow was denied entry into Chile, where he was scheduled to perform a concert, because of a pending legal case- his case related to his arrest in 2017 when police K-9 smelled and police found an ounce of marijuana in his vehicle.