Aleon Al-gutta
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Aleon Al-gutta


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ALeon is currently doing shows around New York City. ALeon is also working on his debut album “My Turn”, which is to be released with
select online retailers such as iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon MP3, eMusic, and more in the near future. The LP which is currently being released is featuring the hot new single “New York Minute”, which is currently being heard on New York’s 105.1 FM.


Power 105.1 Contest:
Currently competing in Power 105.1 Contest. Featured song New
York Minute is currently being played five (7) weeks into the contest (that was the prize)

RIX Magazine:
Interview appeared write up with photo 200,000 copies published

RIX Magazine Car Show:

DJ Green Lantern “Monster Mash pt. 3”
Featured on DJ Green Lantern’s Monster Mash part three(3)mix tape, sold 50,000 copies

DJ Marley Marl’s Future Flava Show on New York’s
Power 105.1:
Song won battle



A’leon was born Albert Martinez on July 17, 1979 in Brooklyn, New York. His family moved to the borough of Queens when he was 12 years old. It was here where he became involved with the streets.

The Beginning

A’leon began writing music after a childhood friend Deshawn (an aspiring rapper) was killed in a violent stabbing in a New York subway. A’leon promised to keep his friend’s dream alive. But life in the “Rotten Apple” would eventually take affect on a young A’leon as well. Trouble began for A’leon in 1998 when he caught his first felony charge for Robbery. He sentenced 1 year on New York City’s Riker’s Island for the crime, followed by 5 years probation. He was sent to live with his Uncle in Miami to carry out his term on probation.

The Music

After about 8 months in Miami, A’leon landed a deal with BIG Records, an independent label with distribution through Tommy Boy Records. Things ran smooth for about another 8 months before BIG Records CEO was indicted on several federal charges. The label couldn’t survive. A’leon still managed to book several gigs in South Beach, Miami before he eventually returned to New York disappointed.

More Trouble

A’leon spent less than one year back home before he was arrested again with a friend on weapon and drug possession charges. He was sentenced to 3 years in state prison where he spent 2 years before being released on parole.

A Brighter Future

Feeling like a new man, A’leon decided it was time to take his music career seriously. Going independent with his brother and the Gutta Fam, A’leon went on to release several mix-tapes, selling them out of the trunk of his car.

The Next Best Thing – 2,000 copies - 2006
Respect My Authority Vol. 1 – 2,000 copies - 2007
F@!K You Sign Me – 1,700 copies - 2008