The Rotterdam based artist discovered his passion for rap in his teenage years. However, it wasn’t until his early twenties that he decided to pursue his career as an artist after dropping out of college. Struggling with the startup of his studio, he ended up living in a storage box without running water and heating for almost two years. Taking on several side-jobs to pay for the studio, Yuno’s path was obstacle-ridden yet a true test of his grit.
When the studio was robbed in September 2017, the then finalized EP was lost. In 2018, Yuno took on the task of reproducing and mixing his EP, co-directing and editing his videos, and accumulating loads of graphic designs, running the time invested into completing the EP up to almost 3 years. Not conforming to hypes in a time when popular music can get monotonous, Massimo's Pigeon is a project that extends a hand to young creatives, urban rebels, coffee shop philosophers, and avid listeners of alternative HipHop and R&B.