He moved to United States and ended up in Portland, Oregon where his passion for creating music increased to another level allowing him to remain close to his Panamanian roots and culture. Shortly after arriving he was given the name of Eme Erre Nota for his ability to easily adapt to any note or flow.
Eme Erre Nota has received awards for his music at the PDX Latin Awards in 2017 and 2014. In addition he has done many shows in the Pacific Northwest and has opened for De la Ghetto, Prince Royce, Don Omar, Tito el Bambino, Angel y Kris, y the Fulanitos to name a few.
He has paid his dues, climbed the ranks and is quickly becoming a rising star in the Pacific NW urban scene.