When Légo recorded their album Mad Flava, they needed someone to record the horns and vocals. The person they chose was Matt Waren, who recorded the horns and vocals on Monkey Jazz and Spread Love at M Theory Studios, in Chicago.
In May 2000, Légo released Mad Flava on the Afterhours label. It was a genre-melting dance album that featured elements of disco and house, which were combined with garage house, Latin and tribal house.
Alas, Rafael Rodriguez a.k.a. Légo never released another studio album, but released a several singles and continued to work as a sideman in the Windy City of Chicago.