Teeyon Winfree, or best known as Vado, born on March 13, 1985, is
an American rapper from Harlem, New York City. Originally, Vado went
by the name "M.O.V.A.D.O.", and simply changed it to: V.A.D.O..
He is of Jamaican and African American descent. He's a member of the
Most Hated movement but is best known for his association with Cameron
"Cam'ron" Giles, and their Hip Hop group called The U.N..
Vado officially released his long-awaited debut mixtape Slime Flu
on October 12, 2010 under Diplomat Records/E1 Music.
VADO has completed an upcoming album with Giles, however, the release
date has been currently postponed until April. Currently the duo
plans to call the studio album "Gunz N' Butta." 
Vado is featured on the DJ Khaled track "Future" with
rappers Ace Hood, Wale, Meek Mill and Big Sean, produced by Boi-1da,
from Khaled's fifth studio album We the Best Forever.
2010 Cam'ron & The U.N. Presents: "Heat In Here" Vol.
1 (with U.N.)
Released: May 25, 2010
Label: Diplomat/Asylum Records
146 30 16
2011 Gunz n' Butta (with Cam'ron)
Released: April 19, 2011
Label: Diplomat/E1 Music
78 – – 16,591
2009: Boss of All Bosses (with Cam'ron)
2010: Boss of All Bosses 2 (with Cam'ron)
2010: Boss of All Bosses 2.5 (with Cam'ron)
2010: Slime Flu (Retail Mixtape)
TBA: Boss of All Bosses 3 (with Cam'ron)
TBA: Slime Flu 2
 Collaborative singles
Year Title Chart positions Album
U.S. Hot 100 U.S. R&B U.S. Rap
2010 "Speaking in Tungs" (with Cam'ron) – 82 – Slime
Flu and Gunz n' Butta
2011 "Hey Muma" (with Cam'ron) — 84 — Gunz