Born and raised in Oakland, California, Delgado had his first gig in 1991. He moved to Los Angeles in 1994, and began working at radio station KSPC, where he hosted the most listened-to reggae show in Los Angeles for five years, while still keeping on top of hip hop by hosting a well known weekly open mic night.
During his 10 years in L.A., Delgado was in demand at the most popular clubs and with the most famous artists, such as Buju Banton and Spragga Benz.
He has also released scores of mixed CDs (and tapes, when those were hi-tech), featuring both roots, dancehall, and hip hop. He moved back to Oakland in 2003, and Aztlán Roots was born.
He currently has a number of residencies, including Fresh Jamz with DJ Odiaka and the 45 Sessions with Platurn, Mr. E, E da Boss, and Enki.