José Fernando Cosculluela Suárez, also known as Cosculluela, or "Coscu", or "El Principe del Verso" (the prince of rhymes), was born on October 15th, 1980, in Puerto Rico, to a Cuban father and a Puerto Rican mother.
He was raised in an upper-class family, and didn't take an interest in music until he was a teenager. Until then, he was very interested in sports, and even played tennis representing his high school in many tournaments. He also enjoyed golfing and surfing.
When Cosculluela was about 16 years old, he started recording mixtapes with his brother and their friends. A while after, he was discovered in a studio in San Juan by Buddha, a well-known Reggaeton producer.
In 2006, Cosculluela appeared on Don Omar's "Bandoleros", and later that year on "Buddha's Family 2", with the hit song "Te Va A Ir Mal". After that, he appeared on many other albums and tracks by famous Reggaeton artists.
In 2009, he released his first album, "El Príncipe", which was #3 on the Top Latin Albums Billboard chart and contained the hit singles "Na Na Nau", "Prrrum" and "Plaka Plaka". The following year, he released an updated version of that album, called "El Principe: Ghost Edition", to include 5 new tracks, including songs featuring stars Wisin & Yandel.
In 2011, Cosculluela released the album "El Niño", which included the hits "Soñando Despierto" ft. Wisin & Yandel, "Si Tu No Estás" and "No Piensas En Mi".
The following year, he released the album "War Kingz", which produced the hits "La Vida Que Vivo", "Me Gustas Tú" and "Súbelo".
In 2014, he released the album "Santa Cos", which had the hits "Pa La Pared" ft. Jowell y Randy, "Solo Verte" and "En La Lenta" ft. Farruko.
His latest album, "Blanco Perla", was released in 2016, his most successful album to date, which produced hits such as "Manicomio", "Hola Beba", "Si Me Dices Que Si" and "Te Busco", both featuring Nicky Jam.