Trebol Clan

Trebol Clan was a reggaeton group from Puerto Rico, introduced in the genre by DJ Joe. Trebol Clan is well known in the genre of Reggaeton.[1] Formed by Periquito, Omar & Berto, Trebol Clan has been featured in Don Omar’s The Last Don and Los Bandoleros, Luny Tunes's Mas Flow 2 and have released one CD in the genre named Los Bacatranes. When they had their own label, they released an even greater production named Los Reyes De La Lenta: The ComeBack (2008).

Trebol Clan
OriginPuerto Rico
Years active1997–2010
2010–present (as solo artist)
LabelsPina Records (1997-1999)
Geniux Productions (2000-2002)
VI Music (2002-2003)
Gold Star Music (2004-2006)
Blow Music Factory (2007-2010)
Brutal Noise (Digital) (2007-2010)
Fantasy Records (2011-present)
Associated actsHector "El Father", Don Omar
MembersHéctor L. Pagán Mateo (Trébol, formerly Periquito)
Joe Rosario (DJ Joe, Dr. Joe for 2009-2011)
Past membersGilberto Matías Vélez (Berto El Original) (1996-2010)
Frank Cárdenas (Mr. Frank) (2008-2011)
Omar (1996-1999)


The group first appeared in the late 1990s[2] with DJ Joe. DJ Joe and Trebol Clan is the name that was given to this group halfway through 1997. Before that, Trebol Clan was composed of four people: DJ Joe, Berto, Hector and Omar. And their first musical appearances were on CDs titled “DJ Joe Vol. 3", "Rican Muffin", "DJ Joe Vol. 4, 5 and 6". Then, because of the chemistry that they had with DJ Joe, the latter decided in 2000 to be the musical producer of his first record company production titled, “DJ Joe y Trebol Clan – Los Genios Musicales”. Later, after the success of the CD, Omar entered the religious field and abandoned the group leaving only Hector, Berto and DJ Joe. For Trebol Clan, the success made them reach the production of “Fatal Fantassy” surpassing the 50,000 sold mark.

Then the musical career of Trebol Clan continued after a series of takeovers by various artists record companies like “Gargolas (Vol. 2, 3, 4), “Fatal Fantassy (Vol. 1, 2, 3)”, “The Godfather”, "Buddha's Family", “Boricuas NY Vol. 2”, “Playero 42”, “Luny Tunes Mas Flow” (more than 150,000 copies sold) and Don Omar's "The Last Don" (more than 325,000 copies sold). With melodies like “Tu Cuerpo Me Arrebata” from Don Omar's The Last Don, “Bailando Provocas” from the CD Luny Tunes' Mas Flow, “Tu Cuerpo Baila Conmigo” from the CD Ranking Stone Censurado and "Agárrala" y "A Ti" from Gargolas 4, Trebol Clan was shown to be one of the hottest groups on the Island. Because of this, they were asked to perform in various productions, like when they participated in Don Omar’s concert, where the Roberto Clemente Coliseum was filled to capacity, and the performance of the song with Don Omar and the song from the CD LunyTunes y Noreiga Mas Flow, being the most acclaimed of the great event.

The work continued in 2008 when Trebol Clan launched its CD on the market titled Los Reyes De La Lenta: The ComeBack. This new CD featured artists Jowell & Randy, Franco "El Gorila", J-King & Maximan and Tito "El Bambino". A new single, "Wow", was produced by their new label "Blow Music Factory". The Comeback was re-launched as a digital release on 2009 by independent label, Brutal Noise, worldwide on January 15, 2009. Fantasia Musical hit the streets on June 23, 2009.

As of March 4, 2010 Trebol Clan have separated and Periquito came to be known as '3Bol'. Both went separate ways. Perry is now known as 3BOL, but recently announced he is Trebol Clan now on his own Berto has gone solo signing under Millones records. Recently, Trebol Clan mostly collaborates with many different underground reggaeton artist from different Spanish speaking countries including, Peru, Guatemala, and Puerto Rico.

In 2019, Trebol Clan said they were working on new material called Forever Young.[3]


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  1. ^ "Trébol Clan y salseros darán tremendo show en ZAZÁ | Espectáculos | Radio Panamericana". Panamericana Radio.
  2. ^ Cero, Radio Onda. "Trébol Clan recuerda momentos 'Old School' junto a Héctor el Father (VIDEO) | Entretenimiento | Radio Onda Cero". Onda Cero.
  3. ^ Vásquez, Reinaldo; Vásquez, Reinaldo (6 November 1919). "Trebol Clan y Tony Dize: la única "caballota" del reguetón es Ivy Queen". (in Spanish). Retrieved 6 November 2019.