Jon-Oh, what we have here is your typical Clark Kent; Regular Joe Schmoe to the public, but actually supernatural in disguise. He never let go of the idea "you can do anything you put your mind to", and this idea fostered into a religious belief. He channeled all of this energy into music as this outlet was introduced to him as a child at the age of nine, or ten. Watching his older relatives(brother, cousins) go through the music recording process fascinated him, and made him want nothing more than to be a part of it. Jon-Oh started writing songs, with big dreams that he never woke up from.
Drawing inspirations from his everyday life, Jon-Oh created songs that he felt were good, and he could truly relate too, and it wasn't long before others felt him too. Throughout school Jon-Oh built a buzz/name amongst his peers, as a talented rapper. They would always encourage him, and all of this positive energy propelled him to join forces with a close cousin of his(Nano, he'll be explained further later), and start development on a recording studio. By the time he was twenty he'd have a pretty impressive recording studio. Here he would spend hundreds of hours perfecting, and honing his skill. Creating song, after song, listening for imperfections, and critiquing himself.
When he felt comfortable enough Jon-Oh released eps, and collaborations which he passed out around town to acquire a larger "buzz." Things were going good when Jon-Oh hit his first of several potholes on his road to success. Although his music was good, it wasn't bringing in any money, or the kind he felt was necessary to run his "operation", so he found other ways. Through several run-ins with the law, and some pure misfortune, Jon-Oh lost a year's worth of time, and music, but that wasn't enough to stop him.
Realizing the error of his ways, Jon-Oh first found himself some legitimate ways to gain income, and got right back in the studio, with a harder work ethic, and a Lamborghini drive. Instead of trying to remake, and recover lost material, Jon-Oh started off fresh with fresh new energy, and inspirations. With a style that only could be described as "raw" Jon-Oh's peers heard the new material and exclaimed that he should title the album "No Condom". He took the idea and ran with it.