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Kevin Manuel Rivera Allende (born February 10, 1998), known professionally as Kevvo (stylized as KEVVO), is a Puerto Rican reggaeton singer and rapper from Toa Baja, Puerto Rico.[2]

Birth nameKevin Manuel Rivera Allende
Also known asKEVVO
Born (1998-02-10) February 10, 1998 (age 23)
Toa Baja, Puerto Rico
LabelsUna Visión Quintana Inc.
Associated acts

He first came to prominence with his song 105F, which included a remix with multiple notable reggaeton artists such as Ñengo Flow, Myke Towers, Darell, Chencho Corleone, Arcángel, Farruko, Faraón Love Shady and others.[3] The video surpassed 50 million views on YouTube one month after its release.[1]


He said that some of his inspirations were Cosculluela, Daddy Yankee,[4][5] Arcángel, Ñengo Flow, and Farruko, because he grew up hearing their music.[6]

Kevvo said in Spanish talking about his origins:

I started producing from my house, from my room. I started with a basic program, like everyone. Since I was 8 I was doing rhythms as a hobby. I didn’t do it for people to know me. It was simply that I liked it.[6]


In 2019, he had a diss battle with fellow Puerto Rican rapper Omy de Oro. Kevvo said in the Ecoween event in Eco Sports Park, "Subimos de rango un carajo", making reference of one of Omy's songs, which made him angry and came to Kevvo and Omy hit him in the face and got this sunglasses. Both artists were accompanied with bodyguards from their shows for safety reasons.[7]

In another incident, this time in 2020, one of his songs was leaked that contained material that some considered that it was dissing fellow Puerto Rican rappers Eladio Carrión and Ozuna, but that was later proven false. The controversy came when he made a statement in a line saying “Tocame y te dejo flow Prichard Colón, jodio.”[8] People were offended by that line due to a dilemma the boxer faced when an illegal puch to the back of the head caused him a cerebral hemorrhage, he later fell in coma for almost a year, and now he is healing although he is still in a vegatative state.[9] Kevvo later apologized for the comment.[8]


Singles as lead artistEdit

Singles as featuring artistEdit

  • Jukiao Remix (Anonimus and Marvel Boy ft. Kevvo, Juanka, Pablo Chill-E)
  • Crossfit (Randy ft. Kevvo)
  • Groupie (Casper Magico, Kevvo)
  • Muévelo (Hozwal ft. Kevvo)
  • El efecto Remix (Rauw Alejandro and Chencho Corleone ft. Lyanno, Bryant Myers, Kevvo, Dalex)
  • Pa’ que te casaste (Brray, Kevvo, Randy)
  • La High (Gotay “El Autentiko” ft. Kevvo)
  • En La High (Pacho “El Antifeka”, Brray, Kevvo)
  • Groupie Remix (Casper Magico and Kevvo ft. Pablo Chill-E, Juanka, Brray, Luigi 21 Plus)
  • Perreo intenso (Farruko, Ankhal, Kevvo, Guaynaa)
  • Por el asterisco (Faraón Love Shady, Kevvo)
  • Natti, Karol, Becky (Jon Z, Kevvo)
  • Actúa (Yandel, Ñengo Flow, Kevvo)
  • Booty Call (Darell ft. Kevvo)


  1. ^ a b "El cantante Kevvo quiere conquistar con su "palabreo"". El Nuevo Dia. November 12, 2019.
  2. ^ Hernández, Scarlet (October 9, 2019). "Kevvo promociona en RD remix con figuras del género urbano". Noticias SIN.
  3. ^ "105F Remix, la canción de KEVVO que unió a los mejores del reggaeton".
  4. ^ domingo, G. Soluciones-Desarrollo web en santo (August 6, 2019). "Kevvo promociona 105°F en República Dominicana".
  5. ^ O, Carlos J. Basora. "Kevvo promociona tema en las emisoras dominicanas". Metro Republica Dominicana.
  6. ^ a b "Kevvo critica el faranduleo". Primera Hora. October 27, 2019.
  7. ^ "Omy De Oro y Kevvo formaron tremendo corre-corre (VIDEOS) | ElCalce".
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