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Eladio Carrion
   
Number of songs: 1 | Total weeks on charts: 1
Appearing in a total number of: 1 charts | Total period running: 0 days
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Biography

Eladio Carrión Morales (born November 14, 1994) is an American rapper and singer of Latin trap and reggaeton.

Eladio Carrión was born in Kansas City, Missouri, to a Puerto Rican family. Because his father was in the military, they constantly moved. Throughout his childhood he lived in Hawaii, Baltimore, New York, and Alaska. At age 11 he moved to live in Humacao, Puerto Rico. In his youth he developed skills for sports such as swimming, coming to represent Puerto Rico at the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games and at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara in 2011, the latter where he reached the preliminary phase of the 200-meter breaststroke, managing to reach eighth position.

Shortly after 2012, he abandoned the sport and began his artistic career as an influencer through digital platforms such as Vine and Instagram, in which he uploaded comedic videos which helped him gain followers.

In 2015 he released his first musical work "2x2" in collaboration with Flowsito. Then he released his second musical work "I don't want more new friends" belonging to Rawenz, these works allowed him to become known in the music industry. In 2016 he worked with Jon Z and the Argentine rapper Neo Pistea on the single "Súbelo" that became popular in nightclubs and again with Rawenz on "Si te vas, vete".

In 2017 he 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 2018 he collaborated on the singles "Dame una hora" with El Nene Amenazzy, "Mi Cubana" —released through Rimas Music & Mueva Records— which had a resounding success that led him to obtain a remix with Cazzu, Khea and Ecko , and "Keep dancing to me" with Myke Towers, Darkiel, Brray and Yann C.
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 Querías" . 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, he released his debut album Sauce Boyz under the Rimas Music label, which ranked #8 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums for 10 consecutive weeks, it was then followed by an EP Sauce Boyz Care Package. In that same year he was nominated for the Latin Grammy Awards in the category of Best Rap/Hip Hop Song for his joint collaboration with Bad Bunny on the single "Kemba Walker".

On January 8, 2021, he released his album Monarca, which includes collaborations with J Balvin, Yandel, Cazzu and Lunay, the album reached the top positions on the US Billboard charts as they were #11 on Top Latin Albums and #8 Latin Rhythm Albums. It was also nominated for a Latin Grammy in the category of Mejor Álbum de Música Urbana, although it would not ultimately win.
On June 9, he collaborated with Argentine producer Bizarrap on the single "Eladio Carrión: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 40" which reached #10 on Billboard's Argentina Hot 100 list. and #162 at the global level, it was also certified gold by the PROMUSICAE of Spain. On July 6 of that same year, he released his first mixtape titled Sen2 Kbrn, this featured singles such as "5 Star", "Guerrero", "Sauce Boy Freestyle 4", among others. It also peaked at #20 on the Top Latin Albums.
On December 2, 2021, he released his third studio album Sauce Boyz II, a sequel to Sauce Boyz, this featured collaborations with international artists such as Arcángel, Bizarrap, Duki, Jay Wheeler, Jon Z, Karol G, Luar La L, Rels B, Sech, Myke Towers, Nicky Jam, Noriel, and Ovi.

Discography:
Sauce Boyz and Sauce Boyz Care Package (2020)
Monarca (2021)
Sauce Boyz II (2021)
Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia




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