Eton Gordon was born on 11 August 1984in Kingston Jamaica. He was raised in Maxflied Park Area of Kingston and he moved to Clarendon at the age of 5. Gordon attended Edwin Allen High School and he returned to Kingston after graduating High School to pursue his artistic passion as he had a great passion in visual arts. His early musical influences included Damian Marley, Bounty Killer, Drake, Lil’ Wayne, Eminem and Bob Marley. In 2008he caught the eye and ear of a judge on the Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall Show and he was invited to compete. In the year 2009, he released the single “Badmind A Kill Dem” on G Law Records.
It was his single “Sad Streets” that made a wave when the video hit number 1 spot on HYPE TV. He also released a mixtape of the same name. Gordon did phenomenal work with producers ICON, J Canno, Cash Flow, Hitmaker and the famous Dre Day and this Bounty Killer’s attention. Bounty Killer then invited Gordon to become a member of a crew of rising Dancehall artists named Alliance Next Generation. In 2013, he released singles “Make Me Feel”, “Body Nuh Dead” and “Good Good Bring Life”. His performance at the Youth View Awards in February 2014 received a very positive response.