Even before the league started, Zaito is already regarded one of the best freestylers in the Philippines. He was so impressive on the mic that FlipTop invited him to its first Ahon event. Despite losing against Loonie, Zaito still received plenty of praise for his entertaining off-the-top rhymes. He then started to adjust to the modern format of battling and eventually became a fan favorite.
Up to now, his unique humor never fails to make the viewers laugh out loud. He can also mix his comedic punches with effective serious bars, as seen in his classic “subtitle” battle against KOTD’s Charron. Zaito’s talent is further displayed in his debut album “Ganti Ng Patay”, which was released in 2015 under Uprising.