Zion & Lennox are a Reggaeton duo from Carolina, Puerto Rico, which is composed by Félix Ortis Torres (Zion, born on August 5th, 1981) and Gabriel Pizarro (Lennox, born on December 10th, 1980).
Zion and Lennox met in 1998, while living in the same neighborhood and having similar interests in music. They soon appeared in the famous compilation albums "Mas Flow" (2003) and "Mas Flow 2" (2005), produced by Luny Tunes.
Their first album, Motivando a la Yal", was released in 2004, and featured collaborations with Daddy Yankee, Yaga, Mackie, Tego Calderón, among others.
In 2010, Zion & Lennox released their second studio album titled "Los Verdaderos", under Pina Records, which had collaborations with Jowell y Randy, Daddy Yankee, Tony Dize, among others.
They have since left Pina Records and started their own label, Baby Records Inc. In 2016, they released their album "Motivan2 (Motivando a la Yal 2)", which had collaborations with Nicky Jam, Plan B, J Balvin, Farruko, Maluma, Don Omar, among others.
In 2017, they were featured in the Enrique Iglesias international hit "Súbeme La Radio".
Lennox's brother, Mackie, is also an artist and was formerly part of the duo Yaga & Mackie, while Zion's cousin is Jory Boy, who was once part of the duo Nova y Jory.