Thanks to the record’s success as it hit the charts with force, Zion & Lennox toured all over the Americas, performing before large and appreciative audiences. Soon industry demand and personal pressure caused Zion & Lennox to go in different directions.
Boldly boasting to be one of the greatest singers ever to hail not only from Puerto Rico but all of Latin America, Ortiz started his own record label, Baby Records, for whom he is the flagship act and CEO. Lennox continues to make guest appearances and collaborate with important genre artists. It came after a lengthy discussion in a New York hotel in which they parted amicably.
Recently, as of February 8, 2008, Zion y Lennox are on a “reunited” tour. They also set the reggaeton world on notice slating a November 2008 release of their latest effort which has yet to be publicly titled. Zion participated in a beach festival named “Back to School”, on August 9, 2008.
In early 2010, they joined and signed a contract with Pina Records appearing on the compilation album Golpe De Estado (2010).In 2014, Zion and Lennox left Pina Records due to tensions financial allegations with Ralphy Pina. Currently, they are working on their 4th album, Motivan2, under their own record label, Baby Records, Inc.
Zion & Lennox are Afro-Puerto Ricans who grew up together in their hometown of Carolina, Puerto Rico enjoying similar musical tastes, such as hip hop, dancehall, and rap. Lennox is the younger brother of Mackie of the reggaeton duo, Yaga & Mackie.
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