Enorme is an extremely unpredictable and eccentric artist. Born and raised in Mexico, Jaime Martinez has seen it all. Living through real life situations stemming from poverty, violence, to constant injustices on him and his people. Enorme's early musical influences come from listening to various types of Mexican music such as, Norteno, Banda and even Mariachi. In the early nineties he came across the sound of Hip Hop, listening to groups like Cypress Hill, Kid Frost and Delinquent Habits. He was quickly amazed to hear Latinos making such great music. That's when it hit him, he felt he could use his very strong and easy recognizable voice to speak to his fellow Latinos on what he feels and sees through his eyes.
In 1996, Enorme made his way to Los Angeles, California. Sick and tired of being treated like a second-class citizen, he began writing songs expressing his true feelings. His subject matter ranges from dealing with immigration, growing up in the streets to pro-Mexican chants.
In search of better employment, Enorme traveled to Detroit in 1998. Once there, he kept writing his songs and trying to find someone to produce music for him. It wasn't until March 2002, that he met Eloy.
The two immediately clicked with one another and Eloy decided to produce and release Enorme's first project on Eloy's Czarcastik Entertainment label. The project titled "Mexicano por Naturalesa" is sure to please all Spanish speaking Hip Hop / Rap listeners. The project is completely in Spanish and is filled with deep potent lyrics and Earth shaking beats. With Enorme broadening his horizons to include Spanglish on his next cd, it's just a matter of time that the world's doors will be kicked open by Enorme.