A boy born in a little village of ten houses in the Philippines, Rod left the village at the age of eighteen, hopping to reach a big city like London, Tokyo, New York and preferably Hollywood, to reach the stars. Singing is Rods Fabon's hobby, but he also had a vision and could hear music. Then, one night, Rod had a vision while asleep and was awaken by images. He got up and drew sketches on paper realizing that the design had captured the mystical aura that symbolized Hollywood. That design brought him to the comedy central national daily show by Jon Stewart titled "Lala land", staring Rod Fabon, which aired in June 2000. Rod continued to sing, even singing a little during his comedy show and he decided to record his songs creating his album called "Hollywood 5".