Adala was born in 2015 within the Reggae and Sound System scene of Barcelona. There, he began to make a name for himself and, inspired by Jamaican music, recorded a trilogy of three demos – 'Born,' 'Cel,' and 'Ona' – together with The Same Song Band and the Barcelona-based studio and record label La Panchita.

Later, in 2018, he self-released a mixtape titled 'Blank Fosk,' serving as his introduction to new audiences with anthems like "Nómada." In 2020, after a journey to Mexico with Chalart58, he decided to close a chapter and leave the stages behind to rediscover inspiration and the desire to continue making music. It is in 2022 that he decides to return with his first full-length album, "Klima," which, simmered slowly, is a declaration of intentions for a more humane, Earth-connected world, and ultimately, more our own.

A year after the release of the 'Klima' album, the songs have resonated with people, bringing Adala to a more intergenerational and wider audience than ever before. In 2023, there were notable performances, including the main stage at Rototom Sunsplash in Benicassim in front of 40,000 people, the Viña Rock Festival in Villarrobledo, and a sold-out venue tour.

Adala concludes 2023 with the release of his new work, "Delta," his anticipated fourth album, a tribute to collective thinking, solidifying his position as one of the leading artists in the region. It is his most intimate work, revealing details of his personal life and his experience with music, without forsaking the political and collective perspective. With this album, a new sound for the artist is established, exploring styles such as hip-hop and trap while not abandoning Reggae.