This is coupled with his overly sexualized image, often performing with heavy eye makeup and no shirt.Upon moving to Los Angeles, he was befriended by ex-MTV VJ Simon Rex who encouraged Avalon to rap and collaborated with him.Frequent topics of Avalon's songs are his experiences with substance abuse and prostitution.While battling drug addiction, Avalon moved in with his sister (also a drug addict) with the hope that they could aid each other in recovery.
Upon entering the rap scene in 2000, Avalon first adopted the stage name, "The Relevant" and made his first appearance on Met Fly (who would later be known as Andre Legacy)'s album entitled "Wiggin' Out".
Avalon has two younger half-brothers (who are identical twins).
He has helped them relocate to the Los Angeles area and enter the music industry.
In 2007, the Dyslexic Speedreaders collaborated with the Living Legends and Luckiam on the song, "Nevermind." In 2008, the Dyslexic Speedreaders released the Shoot To Kill Mixtape. " which was also part of The Hangover soundtrack and featured Dirt Nasty and Andre Legacy.
However, Avalon announced through his Myspace page that this would be the last song that the Dyslexic Speedreaders would release.