Lil Cuete (born, November 24, 1984) is a Rapper born and raised in Inglewood, California, United States .
He has released numerous albums based around the Surenos and other elements of Los Angeles gang culture.
Lil Cuete was conceived on November 24, 1984, into a gang-infested district of South Los Angeles. His family is third-generation Chicano and his grandfather was a notorious Pachuco back in the day. His Grandfather (the original Cuetero) and his uncle (Mr. Cuete) have handed down his legacy as Lil Cuete in his Varrio. The hard thump lanes of Los Angeles. are the place Lil Cuete figured out how to endure and transcend pack viciousness through his music.
His mom, father, granddad, uncle, and sibling were likewise associated in the sureno hoodlum life.
Which was an awful model for Lil Cuete growing up.
As should be obvious, that is the place he got his demonstrations of being a hoodlum; his family.
Lil Cuete experienced childhood with a rough neighborhood.
The reality of a multi-year-old experiencing his first drive-by was truly traumatizing for him.
Lil Cuete was a solid young man, however.
he's seen everything; dead bodies, shootings, cutting, rapping, and so on.
With 4 LP's to his credit, since 17 years old, Lil Cuete has developed a reliable after of fans who comprehend road life since they live it.
Lil Cuete's music is insightful and genuine with strong songwriting abilities with which he can reach out to today's young urban Chicano's everywhere.
Real issues, real experiences, real talent, and real sincerity with a style all his own are what make Lil Cuete an incredible artist and rapper.
When Lil Cuete was 17 years old, he has built up a strong fan base.
His career has significantly witnessed a lot of success as he had produced many albums.
He came into the stage in 2002 with There's Only One Way About It and the track "Soldier Ready for Death," and in 2004, he came back with the sophomore LP The Unforgettable.
In his 2005's endeavors, he found veteran MC Mr. Capone-E on the guest list, while he released The #1 Gun featured Bizzy Bone from Bone Thugs-N-Harmony in 2006.
The mixtape Dia de Los Muertos Mix and the album The One and Only both appeared in 2010, then Stay Out My Way landed in 2011 with "I Still Pack Guns" on the tracklist.
Love Jamz, Vol. 2 followed in 2012 along with the more gang-oriented album Gunplay, then the 2013 collection Rider Classics rounded up street hits like "So You Wanna Be a Gangsta," "Die Tonite," and "Bullet Holes."
Do It Right was released that same year, then the album Young OG dropped in 2016 with a guest appearance from Baby Bash.
He began to take rapping seriously around the age of seventeen.
Some singles of his include "So You Wanna be a Gangsta," "Real Love" and "We Got Guns."
His family was heavily involved in the Los Angeles gang lifestyle.
He worked with Bizzy Bone on his 4th LP The #1 Gun.
Both achievement and riches scarcely brought Lil Cuete harmony.
His grandma is his greatest impact and she brought him harmony.
Be that as it may, when his grandma died, Lil Cuete just could barely handle it, yet right up 'til today Lil Cuete's motivation is as yet his grandma and seeing her demise was a major heartbreak for him.