The Panamanian decent artist always took refuge in music. Self-medicaticating during any rough period in his life; so naturally when he started rapping, he created music to tell stories and reflect on various personal situations.
Through this, Jo$e Rivera, has perfected a laid-back sound, with relatable lyricism, and a forever-going feel good vibe.
Cultivating this sound became his focus after his first project, Payday, received very little attention. This pushed him to create his 2011 mixtape, The Lay Off, which created a lot of buzz for the indie rapper as it spoke to listeners in a much personal way than his previous releases.
Growing fans appreciated this use of creative lyricism. The positive feedback from, The Layoff, encouraged him to continue his hard work, and motivated Rivera to ride this wave of cleverly-written bars; thus he composed a third mixtape, entitled, Becoming Legendary; a project that reflects his growth and commitment as a rising artist.
After many trials and tribulations, much needed growth, and a short hiatus, Jo$e Rivera, is working on his fourth project and follow-up tape titled, Becoming Legendary II - Dreams Never Die.