Panamanian reggaeton singer Flex first emerged on the music scene in 1997, recording and self-publishing mixtapes. In 2000 he was spotted by Celia Torres, a reggae producer, which led to him appearing on the track 'Dejala' (2000) with singer Duende as part of the mixtape 'La Propias 2000'; this was a success in several Latin American countries. He spent the next few years appearing on collaborations and touring throughout Latin America, particularly Ecuador, where he garnered a large fan base. In 2007 he released his hit single 'Te Quiero' and the album of the same name in Mexico. It was such a big hit that he decided to release the album and single in the USA. 'Te Quiero' reached number two on the Hot Latin Chart in the USA and broke into Billboard 100. It was also number one in several Latin American countries including Mexico where it stayed at the top of the charts for more than ten weeks. In 2009 Flex released his second album 'La Evolución Romantic Style' and his third 'Romantic Style Parte 3... Desde la Esencia' in 2010. In 2012 he released the album 'Vives En Mi', which was followed by singles 'Por Tu Amor' (2014), 'Dame de Tus Besos' (2016) and 'El Tiempo Se Lo Llevó' (2017). He also featured in collaborations such as 'Lola' (2014) with Bana C4 and Skalpovich and 'Disfruta La Vida' (2015) with Antonio Barullo and J. Alvarez. He continued to release singles throughout 2017 with artists such as Superbanda, Omar Lugo and DJ Dever. In 2019, he released the single 'No Te Pedí De Más' featuring Makano.