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Antabella Amorina-May Ionia y Ginatolla (August 29, 1987) is a Awekian tennis player, model, spokeswoman, and widely considered one of the best athletes of modern history. She was born in Little Italy, Los Haven, and started playing tennis in middle school.

She began her professional career in 1999, at the age of 13. Since than, she has been ranked No. 1 single by Women's Tennis Association (WTA) seven separate occasions, with the first being in October of 2004. She is a holder of a career Grand Slam, starting with the Aewkiana tournament in 2004. In 2016, Bella became the second tennis player in history to win a Golden Slam, after winning the 2016 Australian Open, 2016 French Open, gold in the 2016 Rio Olympics, 2016 Wimbleton, and the 2016 Aewkiana. She has won a total of 20 singles Gland Slam titles, ranking her third in all-time title holders, behind Serena Williams (23) and Margaret Court (24). She holds the Open Era record for most titles won at the Aewkiana with 8.

Born in Little Italy, Los Haven, Antabella Amorina-May Ionia y Ginatolla was raised by her Brazilian grandparents, while both of her parents worked industrial jobs in the inner city.

Professional Career - 1999

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Bella persisted to the idea of going professional in the underage leagues. And, in 1998, at the age of 13, her mother prepared her for the junior division tours of Awekia.

She gained a few Under 15 matches, ranking at 569, before joining the official junior division in 2000. Her first match was in July of 2000, in the Tour di Loz Haven, against Alexandria Yuna, ranked 70. She won the match 2-5, and reached semifinals by the end of the tour's tournament. Finishing with the ranking of 204, Her form would continue on to the Tour di Vice and the Tour di L'Boutte, where she reached the finals; But, lost to Garb Livoya. In Vice, she would win, finishing with a junior ranking of 28.

Senior Division Move, Top Ten in the World - 2003 - 2004

She lost in the finals of the Open Luzi di Zealand, to Abby Westerly. As well, she would fail to win the Proximus Diamond Games, losing to Venus Williams in the semifinals. She finished in the quarterfinals of the Miami Open, being beaten by soon-to-be champion Serena Williams. However, she would win her first senior championships in March, when she defeated Luarin Pryniomik in the Open Luzi di Tizoc. Afterwards, she would go into the prestigious Indian Wells Masters ranked world No. 36, defeating Tatiana Poutchek, Barbara Schett, Justine Henin, Lisa Raymond, and Emmanuelle Gagliardi, en route to the final, where she beat world No. 4 Martina Hingis. It was her first WTA tournament win and she was the lowest-ranked player to ever win the event.

Bella would come in second to Kim Clijsters in the Italian Open of that year. Still being trained by her mother, her popularity began to rise in her own country. She would finish in the Tier II tournament when she lost to Kim Clijsters in the finals of the Acura Classic in San Diego. Although, in August, she would win the Roger AT&T Cup. By this time, she was ranked No.19. Bella would go on to win the U.S. Open and the Ladies Kremlin Cup. Within the Aewkiana tournament, by the end of the year, she would finish first, becoming a top ten player for the first time in her career, at No. 8 with 2,383.

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Jack Rumba

Jack Rumba is the main protagonist of the Crossroads series. Introduced in 1997 action-adventure video game Crossroads, he is a reanimated skeleton dressed in a shabby magician's outfit. He has many incarnations through the series, and is one of Tinitunes' most iconic characters, appearing in merchandising and comic books.

Through the course of the Crossroads series, Jack is depicted as a young boy, who was a stowaway on a pirate ship to the Caribbeans. However, he died in a shipping accident in the Bermuda Triangle, where the ship sunk deep into the ocean. Awaking at the crossroads, he meets a redhead woman by the name of Bridgette. She tells him that he has a chance to join the heavens of Lan Guinee, if he freed others from his fate. When he asked who she was, she answered "the twilight before death". And with that, Jack was awakened to the darkness of the graveyard. Crawling up out of the dirt, to see his own grave, he was a skeletal being, now.

Start of the Mission

In the graveyard, he roams around and eventually witnesses Baron Samedi. Asking Jack to to fetch him some rum and a cigar, he warns the boy that many ghulls live within the graveyards.

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Tink the Dog

Tink the Dog is video games character and the main protagonist from the comedic action platformer game Feeyo Quest series. Owned by the video game developer Tinitune, he was created by Awekian video game writer and designer Andi Om. Being the protagonist of the series, he the mascot of Tinitune. Tink is a tall bipedal dog characterized by his fingerless biker gloves, blue jeans and steel-toe boots.

He first appeared as a background element of the Park's Ranch stage in the original 1983's Feeyo Island arcade games. initune would release Feeyo Island II two years later in 1985, when they would give distribution license to Nintendo in the same year. He would be the main protagonist of 1987's platform adventure game, Feeyo Quest.

Concept and Creation

Barbi Bunni

Andi created Barbi in 1982, to be the protagonist of Tinitune's flagship arcade game. While in the development of Feeyo Island, he wanted to create a game that revolved around finding ones friends and escaping a menacing villain. Tinitune wanted a colourful games with a playful character. Andi decided on a bunny because of the jumping feature of platform games. He came up with Barbi because "it sounded like the name of a small critter.".

Barbi's outfit would only be seen on the arcade box art. They chose to make the bunny a girl and put her in a red colour. "We wanted the character to be pink, because it fit the bright aesthetic better than any other colour. And, everyone saw the bunny as a girl, afterwards. They wanted her to shoot stars. So, I put stars on her dress". He would place red boots on her and red ear warmers to further distinguish.

Tink the Dog

When Nintendo requested a Tinitune adventure game to be made for the N.E.S., Andi decided to take the Feeyo Island games and make a bigger adventure out of them. "We wanted something bigger, And, Tink came from that". He chose a dog because of how synonymous they were culturally in most countries. "We wanted Tink to appeal to Americans and Europeans as well as Awekians. And, dogs are loved by everyone". Tink was made shirtless in blue jeans to appear youthful and rebellious, and rough. Because the game would still feature jumping, his feet and calve were enlarged to visually emphasize his ability.

Appearances

Feeyo Island I & II: 1983/1985

Tink's appearances in both the first and second Feeyo Island games were uncredited as a roaming dog in the background of the Park Ranch stage.

Feeyo Quest (1988)

After the events of the Feeyo Island series, the opening of Feeyo Quest reveals that the ranch had been closed down by Professor Magtron. The animals of the ranch were all lost upon the island, including Barbi. Tink is sent on a journey to find her, in hope of saving the animals of the island. Using a hardened bone toy as a baton as well as his fist, he fights his way through poachers to rescue Barbi and all of the animals of the island.

Feeyo Quest II (1990)

Tink must protect Barbi again, after rescuing her from the Professor. Being famous now, after the events of the first game, he and Barbi had become national figures. So much so, Feeyo Island nominates Barbi for president. But, with the Professor still active, Tink discovers that their is a hit on her head. So, he seeks her hunters, and takes up the job of being her security.

In the end, they both banish the villain from the islands. And, Barbi becomes president of Feeyo island. Tink decides to seek a modest life of silence away from fame and violence. And, he sails away from his animal friends.

d'Adventures of Tink (1993)

Many years later, Tink is living on a uncharted island in the middle of the vast ocean. Living off of fish and fruit, he finds a letter on his shore of a war brewing back home.

Characteristics

Tink is depicted as a tall lean physiqued Labrador, who lives in a treehouse in the forest of Blue Island, in the archipelago of Feeyo Islands. Little was originally known about Tink's life before leaving the ranch. He was a family dog of the Park family. He wears fitted blue jeans with a T on his belt buckle, black steel-toe boots, dark brown fingerless gloves. His character has remained simplistic over the series. His fur is reddish orange and his eyes are hazel brown.

Occupation

Tink is a bounty hunter on Feeyo Island, hired by the reserve to find and protect animals. In Feeyo Quest, he was hired to rescue Barbi, the lead protagonist of the Feeyo Island series. Tink has became famous on the island because of his role as the primary savior of the animals on Feeyo, Sparkle, and Park island. In Feeyo Quest II, it is mentioned that he worked as a cowboy and sheep herder on the Park Ranch.

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Cabbasien Caponneli (August 10, 1928), also known as Cab Tex, was a Awekian guitarist, singer-songwriter of the 50s rock and roll. Known for his stage persona as the 'Moondog', he was a controversially provocative figure, who immigrated to New Bordeoux, Louisiana when he was thirteen.

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Riot Against All (R.2.A.)

Riot Against All, often abbreviated as R.A.A or R2A, is a Awekian-American hard rock band from Vice City, Questria, Awekia. Forming in 1983, the lineup was lead-singer Eddi Lane, lead guitarist Jovi Boutte, bassest Tommi W'Iommi, and drummer Nikki Oliva y Lee. Releasing five studio albums, accumulating nearly 200 million records worldwide, R2A is acclaimed as one of the best bands of the 90s.

Origins

- Formation: 1983 -1985

Starting as a Awe-punk band in 1983, high school friends Tommi W'Iommi and Nikki Lee were heavily involved in the Awekian underground punk scene. They went through a few band members, and studio sessions, before discovering Eddi Lane. A semi-popular radio DJ and magazine writer, who had a liking for merengue and dancehall, he was unemployed and nearly homeless when he auditioned for the band after seeing them play. Lacking singing skills, he rapped over their music. Though not sold on him, Tommi was more impressed by his writing talent. But, even moreso, they felt he fit their rebellious style, after he fought their former lead singer.

In 1984, the three accumulated enough interest to get gigs in underground clubs on the awe-punk circa. They often played for midnight pubs that often ended their sets in drunken fights. Jovi Boutte would join the band in 1985, after going to see them at his university. Catching their attention with his guitarist skills, he was famously known for being an outside child of Tijuano Boutte. Adding a bluier riff sound to the group, they were known as 'Le Khaox'. Furthermore, Jovi was a very worldly figure. Always reading newspapers and studying history, he was heavily into politics and philosophy.

- Early years in America: 1986 - 1989

Dreaming of crossing into the American market, they pieced together enough money to hitch a ride to America, where they stayed to Carson, California. Immediately playing in the punk scene in the area, they were loved for their rude and outrageous antics. Often stripping down to their undies, shaking and gyrating across stage, drink and smoking on stage, fighting and kissing on those from the audience, they were compared to children in their actions.

They began playing on the sunset strip because Tommi noticed that more bands were getting signed there, then in the punk scene. Although, the band feared that the hair metal crowd would reject their sound. So, They agreed to accept rejection and try to shock them. They eventually played at the Roxy, where, like usual, they striped near-nude and played as loud and fast as they could. Leaping across the stage and fighting the rowdy clubbers, they were kicked out. Reports stated that they nearly caused a riot; which they would rename themselves. However, after that night, they would gain popularity for being an alternative to the hair metal scene. Heading into a short tour of southern California, they lived in a bed back truck. They would play the Troubadour, in 1988, to a sold out crowd that wanted to see if they were as rambunctious as were claimed. R.2.K did the same show, spraying liquor and bringing up girls. They were met by a record executive from Interscope, offering them an album deal and full artistic control.

- Breakthrough: 1989 - 1991

Signing to Interscope on October 4, 1988, they released their self-titled first album Riot Against All. A "weird welding of rap, punk, metal, and reggae, Riot Against All is a sound unlike any other", a alternative magazine described them. Though, slowly climbing the charts, taking a year to reach 250 on Billboard, they were still under the popularity of the hair bands. But, on the evening of November 1988, Tommi was arrested and placed in jail for throwing a television through a police car window. Gaining attention, Jovi and Eddi were featured in a magazine stripe.

"F*** them, we have no ambitions of being in line with those bludi broods. We're a riot against all"

By June of 89, after the underground release of their mixtape from their Awe-punk days, the single 'Love Fist (Put it It)' was banned from radio for being too sexualAnd, after the band refused to record a clean version, 'Dangerous Bastard' was released instead. It reached the top 20, as their second single 'Wild Style' became displayed their hip hop essence. They would go on a tour across the western coast, before doing a series of cities in the tristate area. They would cover and frequently sing Anthrax's 'I'm the Man' live, especially in New York, where they would meet and befriend the thrash metal band.

- DGX Era: 1992

As the 90s began to start, and alternative rock began to reach the mainstream, R.2.A became increasingly bothered by the censorship and demonization that they were getting from the media. Heavily ridiculed for inciting violence and riots at their concerts, they were banned from many arenas, and some cities wouldn't allow them. But still, they toured for most of 89 through to 91. And in March of 1991, 'Our Time' was released. With a heavy riff from Boutte, and Eddi's lyrics centered around ridiculing the parents that wanted to censor them, referring to them as "blind leading the blind". The song shot to number 10 on Billboards. As well, the hit song 'Think You Can Tell Me (Suck It)' immediately reached number 1. Noted for its signature opening guitar licks, which was also featured as the opener to 'D-Generation X'. The album, also of the same name, would reach number one, going triple platinum.

R.2.K. would become unexpected rock stars, with they odd rap-rock fusion and immature antics. They would get an opportunity to perform on MTV, in 1992, where they performed 'Wild Style' and 'the Kings' in nothing but beach trucks and tennis shoes. The set was immediately pulled from air; but placed from late night airing, where it would gain surprising numbers. A month later, they were to tour with Metallica and Guns N' Roses, opening for the two bands for five cities, before beginning the Degenerate Tour. They would perform at the 1993 Grammy Awards, where they were nominated for four awards, winning two.

- Censorship Age

After the major success of D-Generation X, and the self-proclaimed numbing recording of RRR, the group was drained. Eddi accounts,

"We were happy that R.R.R. failed the expectations of the label. I was so tired of the hard bustle of the studio. Touring, studio recordings, and touring, and interview, latenight show, and studio, and meetings. All of the meetings. It was a bore. We just wanted to party and live life."

They took a year off from recording. In which, Eddi and Jovi did manage to write music. 'Only When I'm Drunk' was released in 1995. Going...

Discovery

  • The Awe-Punk Mixtapes (1987)
  • Riot Against All (1988)
  • D-Generation X (1992)
  • Rude Rebel Riot (1993)
  • The Gift of Cookies n' Pie (1995)

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Riot Against All (R.2.A.)

Riot Against All, often abbreviated as R.A.A or R2A, is a Awekian-American hard rock band from Vice City, Questria, Awekia. Forming in 1983, the lineup was lead-singer Eddi Lane, lead guitarist Jovi Boutte, bassest Tommi W'Iommi, and drummer Nikki Oliva y Lee. Releasing five studio albums, accumulating nearly 200 million records worldwide, R2A is acclaimed as one of the best bands of the 90s.

Origins

- Formation: 1983 -1985

Starting as a Awe-punk band in 1983, high school friends Tommi W'Iommi and Nikki Lee were heavily involved in the Awekian underground punk scene. They went through a few band members, and studio sessions, before discovering Eddi Lane. A semi-popular radio DJ and magazine writer, who had a liking for merengue and dancehall, he was unemployed and nearly homeless when he auditioned for the band after seeing them play. Lacking singing skills, he rapped over their music. Though not sold on him, Tommi was more impressed by his writing talent. But, even moreso, they felt he fit their rebellious style, after he fought their former lead singer.

In 1984, the three accumulated enough interest to get gigs in underground clubs on the awe-punk circa. They often played for midnight pubs that often ended their sets in drunken fights. Jovi Boutte would join the band in 1985, after going to see them at his university. Catching their attention with his guitarist skills, he was famously known for being an outside child of Tijuano Boutte. Adding a bluier riff sound to the group, they were known as 'Le Khaox'. Furthermore, Jovi was a very worldly figure. Always reading newspapers and studying history, he was heavily into politics and philosophy.

- Early years in America: 1986 - 1989

Dreaming of crossing into the American market, they pieced together enough money to hitch a ride to America, where they stayed to Carson, California. Immediately playing in the punk scene in the area, they were loved for their rude and outrageous antics. Often stripping down to their undies, shaking and gyrating across stage, drink and smoking on stage, fighting and kissing on those from the audience, they were compared to children in their actions.

They began playing on the sunset strip because Tommi noticed that more bands were getting signed there, then in the punk scene. Although, the band feared that the hair metal crowd would reject their sound. So, They agreed to accept rejection and try to shock them. They eventually played at the Roxy, where, like usual, they striped near-nude and played as loud and fast as they could. Leaping across the stage and fighting the rowdy clubbers, they were kicked out. Reports stated that they nearly caused a riot; which they would rename themselves. However, after that night, they would gain popularity for being an alternative to the hair metal scene. Heading into a short tour of southern California, they lived in a bed back truck. They would play the Troubadour, in 1988, to a sold out crowd that wanted to see if they were as rambunctious as were claimed. R.2.K did the same show, spraying liquor and bringing up girls. They were met by a record executive from Interscope, offering them an album deal and full artistic control.

- Breakthrough: 1989 - 1991

Signing to Interscope on October 4, 1988, they released their self-titled first album Riot Against All. A "weird welding of rap, punk, metal, and reggae, Riot Against All is a sound unlike any other", a alternative magazine described them. Though, slowly climbing the charts, taking a year to reach 250 on Billboard, they were still under the popularity of the hair bands. But, on the evening of November 1988, Tommi was arrested and placed in jail for throwing a television through a police car window. Gaining attention, Jovi and Eddi were featured in a magazine stripe.

"F*** them, we have no ambitions of being in line with those bludi broods. We're a riot against all"

By June of 89, after the underground release of their mixtape from their Awe-punk days, the single 'Love Fist (Put it It)' was banned from radio for being too sexualAnd, after the band refused to record a clean version, 'Dangerous Bastard' was released instead. It reached the top 20, as their second single 'Wild Style' became displayed their hip hop essence. They would go on a tour across the western coast, before doing a series of cities in the tristate area. They would cover and frequently sing Anthrax's 'I'm the Man' live, especially in New York, where they would meet and befriend the thrash metal band.

- DGX Era: 1992

As the 90s began to start, and alternative rock began to reach the mainstream, R.2.A became increasingly bothered by the censorship and demonization that they were getting from the media. Heavily ridiculed for inciting violence and riots at their concerts, they were banned from many arenas, and some cities wouldn't allow them. But still, they toured for most of 89 through to 91. And in March of 1991, 'Our Time' was released. With a heavy riff from Boutte, and Eddi's lyrics centered around ridiculing the parents that wanted to censor them, referring to them as "blind leading the blind". The song shot to number 10 on Billboards. As well, the hit song 'Think You Can Tell Me (Suck It)' immediately reached number 1. Noted for its signature opening guitar licks, which was also featured as the opener to 'D-Generation X'. The album, also of the same name, would reach number one, going triple platinum.

R.2.K. would become unexpected rock stars, with they odd rap-rock fusion and immature antics. They would get an opportunity to perform on MTV, in 1992, where they performed Wild Style and 'the Kings' in nothing but beach trucks and tennis shoes. The set was immediately pulled from air; but placed from late night airing, where it would gain surprising numbers. A month later, they were to tour with Metallica and Guns N' Roses, opening for the two bands for five cities, before beginning the Degenerate Tour. They would perform at the 1993 Grammy Awards, where they were nominated for four awards, winning two.

Discovery

  • The Awe-Punk Mixtapes (1987)
  • Riot Against All (1988)
  • D-Generation X (1992)
  • Rude Rebel Riot (1993)

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Super Name: Captain Condiment

Real Name: Calivari 'Cali' Charistma

Base of Operations: A Catering truck

Place of Birth: Unknown

Super Power Origins: Campiness

Identity: Unknown

Occupation: Ex-pizza delivery guy / Thief

Known Aliases: That food guy, *sign* him, Jimi

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Mini Biography: A pizza delivery guy who worked for Pizza-Planet. Cali had a very bad day. Losing his job, after being hit by a car and loosing his girlfriend, he fell on hard times for the final time. Stealing, he resorted to doing. Wanting to be a villain, he saw how much crime paid. However, as incompetent as he is, he made a awful criminal. And, in a sense of irony and cunningness, he only ended up helping defeat other criminals. Things got so bad, he became homeless for a month. And him his homelessness, he saw the light.

The headlights of a old taco truck. So, he did his best to steal it, and plot to perfect being a criminal. He crafted the list (What makes a villain), and based himself off of the one thing that he really wanted; food. Captain Condiment was born to the world.

Influences: The Spot, Condiment King, the Joker,

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Gender: Male

Birthdate:

Age: 29

Ethnicity:

Hair Color: Brunette

Eye Color: Hazel

Height: 5'11

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Likes: Food,

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Tools

  • Sucktons

Two 2 1/2 ft clubbing batons, shaped like lollipop suckers, the Sucktons are his main source of melee combat. Thick in blunt mass, they are flexible enough to have a a level of give to them. Hitting someone with enough force, the sticks recoil for a second strike against his foes, similar to how bo staffs work.

Only becoming competent in the use of them, he can now match the skill of a mall-shop karate master.

  • Six-shooter Soaker

  • Onion Bombs

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A product of the one thing that Cali was actually good at in school, chemistry is how he created these smoke pellets after the food of a ripe ol' onion.

A important weapon in the Captain's arsenal, these bombs are small white combustible balls. Filled with white gas and smoke, their purpose is to help him escape and cover himself. Thick and cloudy, they hold the smell and ingredients of onions. Meaning, when exploded, they cause the victims to cry and whine in reaction to them.

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O' Gravého

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Zaac Lennox de los Hernada y Gravéz (February 17, 1992), known by his stage name O' Gravého, is a Awekian bregaton, reggaeton, and latin trapeton artist, as well as a popular producer, and activist. Having released singles like "O Gravé Balie", "Tue Zumzum", "Alha d'Explosão", "Granada Bum", he crossed over into Latin markets with features such as the remixed version Tue Zumzum (which featured Ozuna, Bad Bunny).

Signed to G.F.M. Records in 2016, under Felix Boutté, he released his first studio album in 2016. Dom Natti Datta, the album was credited with reviving bregaton in the mainstream. Becoming a pop success there after, he signed to G.F.M. in 2016, to cross into American and Latin markets.

Early Life

From southern L'Boutte, Middex, Awekia, Lennox was born to marronan parents in La Campenilla, Guarma. His mother was a Costa Rican Awekian. And, at the age of fourteen, they moved back to Costa Rica, after his father was imprisoned for gun dealing. His mother was poor, and he was raised on his maternal grandparents' farm. Living in Puerto Limon, he grew up in a community of Afro-Latinas of Jamaican and Cuban descent. In his teens, he discovered dancehall and reggaeton.

Beginning

He was a student at Caza de Scrooge when he recorded his first mix tape, d'Exovic. The tape was released to soundcloud and reached mass popularity in Awekia, a year later. In 2014, he began to tour underground dancehalls along the beaches of Texjara and Rico Beach.

In August of 2014, he and a friend of his were arrested after they were found crossing the Costa Rican-Nicaraguan border with two duffel bags money. Suspected of being involved with dealing weaponry to criminals within the country, he was detained for two months. Spent in solitary confinement, before being released in October. Afterwards, recorded "Koché y Loca", which he wrote while in prison. Releasing it on his youtube channel, he decided to move to Puerto Rico.

Breakthrough

In 2015, Zaac journeyed to Puerto Rico, where he recorded his first album. "O Gravé Balie", "Tue Zumzum", and "Alha d'Explosão" were all posted on his youtube channel in the spring of 2016; before he had finished his album. The former reached 20 on Billboards Latin charts. Gaining notoriety on the internet, he drew the attention of other artist. Lennox was featured on songs of Cosculluela and Anuel AA; both of which, were featured the remix of Koche y Loca.

He became known for his signature Awekian sound of reggaeton - called bregaton. Producing his own music, he started creating music for other artist. From their he was contacted by Felix Boutte, who invited him to stay in California and work on his album with him. Graveho composed five tracks for Awenaforian Rhythm. Afterwards, Felix signed him to G.F.M. Records.

After the Tue Zumzum remix with Ozuna and Bad Bunny made it to #6 on Billboards Latin Pop charts, 'Dom Natti Dotta' was released on Spotify and immediately reached #5 on the Latin Album charts. He follow the success with a major tour of Latin America, starting in Brazil. He would end it in the United States.

The Rican tour became a huge success for him and G.F.M. records. While on tour, "Viva la Rica", featuring Ozuna, reached #1 on Billboards Latin Pop charts and garner five billion views on YouTube. On November 11, 2015, Lennox was arrested after a nightclub shooting, in Colombia. The incident was between affiliates of Los Craniox and MS-13, where three people died. He was found guilty of stabbing a man with a machette, after the man pulled a gun on him. He was convicted of protective battery and assault with a deadly weapon, and sentenced to a year and a half in prison.

He was transferred to d'Loix, in Los Grandios, Awekia. There, he recorded 'Solo Mate'. His second mix tape, it was heavily controversial for denouncing gang violence, the mentality of gangsters, and the machismo culture. His track, "Zu 'I Trez" was recorded with a sample from Anuel AA. Noting what would become his signature self-ridiculing dissection of the thug mentality, the song was a popular step into trapeton, for Graveho. As well, "Koché y Loca II" was another popular trapeton song from the album. He only served ten months of his sentencing, being released in September, of 2016, on good behavior. Once out of prison, he preformed a few sets within Awekia. His single would reach the top ten in Awekia, Mexico, Colombia, as well as the U.S. Latin Pop Charts.

Occultzio & U.S. success

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In January of 2017, O' Gravého would tour the U.S., and have interviews with the Breakfast Club and Hot 97, among others. He would promote the release of "Madre, No Ilores" on Power 10.3. The song would reach #3 on the U.S. Latin pop charts, #1 in Awekia and Colombian, and went triple platinum by march. And, he would announce 'Occultzio', his sophomore album. Still in the recording session, most of the album was done in Brazil.

He would preform beside his labelmate, Fresh Kidd, on Saturday Night Live. Preforming "Dembow II", he officially debuted in the U.S. Reaching #1 on the Latin charts, the video was released two days later. Filmed in California, it garnered 200 million views in a month. Simultaneously, "Say Mi Name" was released with Brazilian singer Anitta singing the chorus.

His song "Rali Rali" would reach more than 20 billion views on YouTube, as he debuted his third single "On tu Mexiku". The sound would be met with controversy about glorifying the stereotypes Mexico currently has with drugs trafficking. Although, Lennox would proclaim the song to be a tale of wrongful persecution, leading to the fleeing to Mexico. On May 16, the video would reach more than 800 million, and the single would go platinum.

S.M.U.M.

In August, Lennox contacted Anuel AA, after his release from prison, to record a duo mix tape. Both facing much controversy in their life and music, they began recording music in September. "Invierno Rojo" gained 200 million streams in February and March of 2018. "Yo Te Reto" garnered controversy for its aggressive lyrics of violence against other rappers. Lennox spoke on being assaulted, and made many references to Arcangle and Ferruko.

'Solo Mate, Uno Menos' was released in May of 2018 through streaming.

Artistry

Lyrical Themes

O' Gravého is known for lyrical realism, often depicting the cruel life of living in the ghetto and being involved with violence from a young age. He speaks of los craniox and gang violence in his upbringing.

His lyrics often takes a cynical; view on the topics of gang involvement. Although, many associate Azikua with being a gang, he speaks of them as a brotherhood of former thugs and criminals.

He has made a reputation of being respectful towards women. And, in his lyrics, Lennox openly holds a aggressive stance on degrading and abusing women. In the song 'El Diablo Macho', he condemns the act of violence against women and the tolerance of the mentality of machismo.

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In his songs, he usually uses the hashtag 'Es'iiz es mi fe', translating to "This is my faith". When asked, he explain, "On my mix tapes, and early music, I often spoke about being in prison, and being trapped in that situation. So, I would end or begin my songs by saying 'this is my faith'.". As well, he regularly says 'Alabado sea Azikua',meaning praise be to Azikua. titles himself 'El Problema Loco', to which he stated that "I'm a problem to many people. And, they view me as a enemy. So, I'll be that. I'll be their mad enemy." He also regularly refers to himself as Pobre Diabla.

Inspiration

Lennox has stated that his biggest early influences were Tego Calderon and Los Orishas. "Tego and A lo Cubano were my favourite albums, growing up". Noteably, his vocal mannerisms have been compared to Tego is tone. He has stated the buriquan artist to have been is biggest influence as a child. "His first album made a big impression on the early me. It made me the artist I am, very much so.". While, he credits Los Orishas for his taste in beats and rhythms. Stating that their use of musical styles and genres of old was the reasoning for his interest.

"I've heard nothing like them, then or since, that was hip hop and mambo. They represented Cuba and it's culture. And, I resonated with it, as a Marronan. It made m was a create a thick vibe; unlike any other..."

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Vocal sounds

Lennox is highly recognized by his vocal style of rapping. In a somewhat deep, rough, slurry voice, he has been criticized for sounding like veteran Tego Calderon. Especially when his interviews revealed his talking voice to be clearer in tone. To this, he admitted he began delving into rapping because of the Puerto Rican artist. He stated on the issue...

"When I was a kid, Tego was my favourite artist in reggaeton. He was the king. Of course I started rapping like him. In Guarma, we didn't have much reggaeton. He was all there was, for me to hear."

Lennox is also known for overlaying his lyrics with multiple layers of himself. He states that its to make his words more passionate to the ear.

Personal life

Criminal past

Lennox has been very open with his past in gun dealing, when he was a teenager. And, his lyrics speak of his history, very often. In August of 2014, he and a friend of his were arrested after they were found crossing the Costa Rican-Nicaraguan border with two duffel bags money. Suspected of being involved with dealing weaponry to criminals within the country, he was detained for two months. Spent in solitary confinement, before being released in October.

He is notoriously associated with the Aweko-American gang of Loz Craniox. Lennox mentioned that he fell in with them when he was incarcerated. "As an Awekian in a latin american prison, loz craniox is the protection from racial violence.", he spoke on the matter, stating that he wasn't a gangster, however.

On November 11, 2015, Lennox was arrested after a nightclub shooting, in Colombia. The incident was between affiliates of Los Craniox and MS-13, where three people died. He was found guilty of stabbing a man with a machette, after the man pulled a gun on him. He was convicted of protective battery and assault with a deadly weapon, and sentenced to a year and a half in prison. Although, he only served ten months, being released in September.

Association with Azbukua

In late 2015, while imprisoned for his second stent, he became associated with Santana Freda, through a friend of his. Famous for forming the international activist movement, to fight against systemic racism towards Afro-Latina. Lennox would join the movement to, "protect myself and my fellow brothers from those who looked down on us". And, he would continue supporting the group upon his release, and fighting against the racism.

In his absence, many of his fans spoke of the importance of his life. Especially after the release of his second mix tape,'Solo Mate', many within his fanbase strongly associated him with being their saviors from their dark backgrounds in gang violence and self-loathing. Groups of them in Costa Rica, Guarma, Jamaica, and Awekia started associating themselves with Azbukua.

On December 24 of 2017, the suspects arrested in the murder of two of the five men who supposedly jumped Lennox were known Azbukua members. Because of this, the F.B.I began investigating Graveho's camp for suspicion.

Tiraera and Musical feuds

In 2016, while Lennox in prison, Arcangel was asked about Graveho's popularity in reggaeton. To which, he criticized the marronan artist for copying Puerto Rican artist and falsifying it as 'original'. Lennox would released 'Kuál es Cuál', where he would criticize Arcangel's own antithesis and credibility. The tiraera was released to the underground. And after a few lyrical replies on both ends, the fued became heated after Lennox was released from prison in September of 2016. He left to Puerto Rico to record music, when he was jumped by seven men.

[Translated] "I was jumped by your goons, while on my way back from working with my brother. And, I'm still alive. You failed."

Lennox tweeted on Nov 17

Lennox would hold a concert in San Diego on January 2, 2018, where he would address Arcangel and Farruko as zombies and "slaves of the wicked man", before preforming 'Kuál es Cuál'.

Discography

Dom Natti Dotta (2016)

  1. "O Gravé Balie"
  2. "Tue Zumzum"
  3. "Alha d'Explosão"
  4. "El Diablo Macho"
  5. "Tue Zumzum (Remix)"
  6. "Koché y Loca"

X II (2016)

  1. "Kuál es Cuál"
  2. "Solo Mate"
  3. "Piñas Cortadas en Cubitos"
  4. "Maria Maria Maria"

Occultzio (June 2, 2017)

  1. "On tu Mexiku"
  2. "Madre, No Ilores"
  3. "Rali Rali"
  4. "Dembow II"
  5. "Oshun la Negra"

Solo Mate, Uno Menos

  1. "Invierno Rojo"
  2. "Bebesita"

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Zantia 'Vu

Zantia'Vu is a Marronan fusion of Caribbean spiritualism and animism. Because most Marronans of Awekia are descent from the nations of Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, and many other areas of the Carribean diaspora, Zantia 'Vu was a fusion of the spiritual beliefs in these areas, to form a singular connection to their homelands.

Bring elements of Santeria, Haitian Voodoo, Rastafari, Obeah, and core Yoruba traditions together, Zantia 'Vu was formed. Followed heavily by marronans in Questria and French Awekia, is is also followed in Paraguay, Brazil, and Costa Rica.

Belief

In Zantia 'Vu, followers worship and and praise the Orixloas (Awekia translations of Orisha), spiritual ancestors of the African people - particularly, the African slaves that were brought to the Americas. For the many marronans, their ancestors escaped oppression in the their native countries in the Carribeans for safety in Awekia. Many of them sought their folk spiritualism as a method of connecting to...

The Orixloas

  • Olorun -

The Sky father and creator of world order...

  • Obatalá -

The sky father of the Orishas, Obatala is the son of Olorun. He is the creator of the human body and the owner of all ori (power/spirit). The king of the land of Ife, he became a hero and was deified into the king of consciousness - to forever live upon the top of the mountain.

  • Yemeja -
  • Chango -

The warrior god of song and dance, and the wielder of the thunder hammer.

  • Oya -
  • Baron Samedi -

The baron of life and death, this Loa is the eccentric wearer of the top hat. A man of bone and chalk, he is a lively god who loves rum and tobacco. Known for resurrection, he came heal the dead and guide figures to the afterlife.

  • Maman Bridgette -
  • Agwé -
  • Ezili Dantor -
  • Marinette -

A deified mambo, who helped the rebels during the Haitian revolution. With a fiery spirit, she is a petro loa of power and violence. Smelling of lavenders and sweet black peppers, she not cruel. Followed by the black pig, Marinette is known to burn humans and animals alike.

  • Anasi -

The spider deity of storytelling, Anansi is a trickster spirit of all knowledge and stories.

  • Met Kalfu -
  • Eshu Eleguá -

The orisha of messages and steered of the crossroads, Eshu Elegua is the wearer of red and black. A dancing figure of very talkative nature, he is owner of the pathways. Elegua is syncretized with Saint Michael.

  • Jah -

The mortal god in the flesh, Jah is a imperial god of foresight and wisdom. Syncretized with the holy ruler, Solomon, of the Bible. A powerful spirit of the almighty line of Ethiopia, he has long locked braids flowing from his head, and...

  • Babalú-Ayé -

Syncretized with Santa Lazaro, Babalu-Aye is the orisha associated with disease and illness. A figure of good and bad, he is often not spoken of, because of the risk in working with him.

  • Anacaona -

A taíno princess from the island of Santa Domingos, Haiti, she is immortalized as the holder of poem and lyric. She is a figure of strength and will against oppression.

  • Ogun -

The giver of Iron, god of war, and pioneering, intelligence, justice, medicine, and political power; He wears a red sash and carries a saber to protect the Vodou temple. A heavy rum drinker and smoker of cigars, he is the bearer of the machete.

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Origins of their Powers

The duo gained their powers from the spirits of Zantia'Vu; a Marronan fusion of Caribbean spiritualism and animism. Drawing by to Yoruba, they channel the spirits of Santeria and Voodoo into their fight against wickedness.

The Spirits

  • Olorun -

The Sky father and creator of world order...

  • Obatalá -

The sky father of the Orishas, Obatala is the son of Olorun. He is the creator of the human body and the owner of all ori (power/spirit). The king of the land of Ife, he became a hero and was deified into the king of consciousness - to forever live upon the top of the mountain.

  • Yemeja -
  • Chango -

The warrior god of song and dance, and the wielder of the thunder hammer.

  • Oya -
  • Baron Samedi -

The baron of life and death, this Loa is the eccentric wearer of the top hat. A man of bone and chalk, he is a lively god who loves rum and tobacco. Known for resurrection, he came heal the dead and guide figures to the afterlife.

  • Maman Bridgette -
  • Agwé -
  • Ezili Dantor -
  • Marinette -

A deified mambo, who helped the rebels during the Haitian revolution. With a fiery spirit, she is a petro loa of power and violence. Smelling of lavenders and sweet black peppers, she not cruel. Followed by the black pig, Marinette is known to burn humans and animals alike.

  • Anasi -

The spider deity of storytelling, Anansi is a trickster spirit of all knowledge and stories.

  • Met Kalfu -
  • Eshu Eleguá -

The orisha of messages and steered of the crossroads, Eshu Elegua is the wearer of red and black. A dancing figure of very talkative nature, he is owner of the pathways. Elegua is syncretized with Saint Michael.

  • Jah -

The mortal god in the flesh, Jah is a imperial god of foresight and wisdom. Syncretized with the holy ruler, Solomon, of the Bible. A powerful spirit of the almighty line of Ethiopia, he has long locked braids flowing from his head, and...

  • Babalú-Ayé -

Syncretized with Santa Lazaro, Babalu-Aye is the orisha associated with disease and illness. A figure of good and bad, he is often not spoken of, because of the risk in working with him.

  • Anacaona -

A taíno princess from the island of Santa Domingos, Haiti, she is immortalized as the holder of poem and lyric. She is a figure of strength and will against oppression.

  • Ogun -

The giver of Iron, god of war, and pioneering, intelligence, justice, medicine, and political power; He wears a red sash and carries a saber to protect the Vodou temple. A heavy rum drinker and smoker of cigars, he is the bearer of the machete.

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