Alexis & Fido, a.k.a. Los Pitbulls, Los Reyes Del Perreo, Are a Latin Grammy
nominated reggaeton duo from Puerto Rico. They are CEOs and co-founders of Wild
Alexis' real name is Raúl Alexis Ortíz (born. August 5, 1979), while Fido's
real name is Joel Martínez (born. July 14, 1979). They own the label Wild Dogz,
which they created in 2006. According to Alexis & Fido, in an interview, the
song "El Palo" put them on the map and made them known. In an interview, Fido
stated that he served in the U.S. Army for four years. He married Rosa Rodríguez
on August 9, 2008. Alexis is married to Gredmarie Colón, a contestant on Nuestra
Belleza Latina 2011.
The ceremony took place in Carolina, with Fido serving as best man. In 2008,
the duo participated in a campaign to promote voting in the 2008 general elections
in Puerto Rico. This initiative included a concert titled "Vota o quédate callao".
More important, 2009 or 2010 was their best year in which they released their
album "Down to Earth". This album put them at the top with very well known Wisin
y Yandel. Their new album features Gatubela, Superheroe, and more popular songs.
Musical career According to Fido, he and Yandel were close friends as teenagers
and helped each other kick-start their careers. Likewise, Alexis was close to
Wisin, and also helped him with his career. Eventually the two duos were formed,
Alexis & Fido and Wisin & Yandel, and went their separate ways. Alexis & Fido
featured on Yandel's solo album Quien Contra Mí, in Wisin's solo album El Sobreviviente
and Wisin & Yandel featured on Alexis & Fido's Los Reyes Del Perreo album.
These plans include working with artists like Arcángel, Wisin & Yandel again,
and many more artists. In fewer than four years, Alexis y Fido
have released three albums and contributed tracks to countless compilation albums,
furthering their reputation as major contenders in the genre. Though Alexis
y Fido have been performing reggaetón since their adolescent years, it wasn't
until 2005 that they exploded into the international stratosphere. Their debut
album, 2005's The Pitbulls, debuted at the No. 2 spot on Billboard's Top Heatseekers
and the Latin Rhythm charts and at the No. 1 spot on the Top Latin Albums chart,
eventually reaching gold status with over 200,000 copies sold worldwide. Their
debut single, 2005's "Eso Ehh!", remained steadfast in the Top 10 of Billboard's
Hot Latin Singles chart for ten consecutive weeks and, in addition, was featured
on an episode of HBO's critically acclaimed ser...