Ramon Revere was born and raised in Southwest Miami, Florida during Miami’s "cocaine cowboy" era. Miami is known for its high crime rate and heavy drug trafficking but Revere was raised by a hard-working Latino family with traditional values which kept him out of trouble in his younger years. Unfortunately his parents divorced when Revere was in his early teens and the lack of family stability led him to turn to the streets for guidance. At age fifteen he was offered a record deal from Universal Music Group but due to various circumstances the deal was never finalized. After that, Revere chose to drop out of school and began working fulltime with a local DJ. At the age of sixteen his schedule consisted of constant studio sessions, performing at local venues, and battle rapping for money. It was at this point that Revere caught the attention of former Maybach Music Group Latino president, U.B who is still his manager to this day. At the age of twenty, things began to fall apart for Revere and a deep depression left him in a mental hospital.
The depression led him to quit music for several years until a good friend and fellow recording artist, Art Morera, helped get him back in the music game. In 2015 Revere moved to Northern California to pursue music again, armed only with a laptop, a carryon bag, three thousand dollars, and a dream.