Cuban Rapper Felix Delgado better known by his stage name Cuban Link, is a former and original member of Terror Squad.
We can remember Cuban Link by some of the great hits he did along with Big Pun like their guest performances on The Beatnuts’ single “Off the Books” in 1997. Then they joined the local rap group Terror Squad, and Link performed on the track “Tell Me What You Want” from the group’s self-titled debut album.
Link previously did guest appearances on Squad members’ solo albums: Big Pun’s Capital Punishment. Cuban Link was signed to Atlantic Records and began recording his debut album 24K. Big Pun died on February 7, 2000, so Link wrote single “Flowers for the Dead” in Pun’s honor.
He left Terror Squad in 2001 due to many contract issues and a big altercation that changed his life. After that occurred released a mixtape, Broken Chains, in 2003 put together by DrenStarr & Roy P. Perez. He joined independent label Men of Business in 2005 and released album Chain Reaction. It included singles “Sugar Daddy” (featuring Mýa) and “Scandalous” (featuring Don Omar) and combined some reggaeton sound as well.
Now Cuban Link is back releasing a new single “Nobody Gotta Know” featuring Julio Mena. Julio Mena is a vocalist, composer and arranger, who hails from Hartford, CT. His works blurs the border between Urban Pop, R&B and Hip-Hop music. Check out the video!