Member of the 7-piece reggae band Mato Seco, whose 2013 album Seco e Ainda Vivo was named Best Reggae Album by the Dynamite Independent Music Awards. The band's name translates to Dry Grass.
He and six of his childhood friends formed Mato Seco in 2002.
He owned the barber and tattoo shop Burning House.
He and the band originated from Sao Caetano do Sul, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
He would perform alongside Carlos Eduardo Goncalves in Mato Seco.