Miami-based singer/songwriter Ariel Rose became an award-winning artist at the age of 15 with her single, “My Perfect Day,” which won 1st place in the Pop Category in the Great American Song Contest.
Her love for Latin multi-cultural sounds and her classically-trained background caught the attention of multi-LatinGrammy nominated Colombian producer, Juan Vicente Zambrano. Zambrano produced her first album, “Rhythms of Life,” which she recorded in English & Spanish.
Ariel started developing her fanbase posting Spanish covers, being reposted by many Latin artists, and has garnered over 20k+ followers on Instagram. Ariel Rose released a salsa version of Adele’s “Send My Love (To Your New Lover),” combining the rhythm & instrumentation of salsa with her strong melodic pop vocals to create a lively, fun & fresh new take on the song. Having performed around the country for various events & galas, her voice has captured the attention of thousands.
Ariel released single & music video, “Somebody Loves You,” in May 2020 and partnered with the United Way to raise funds for itsMiami Pandemic Response Fund. “Somebody Loves You” is an inspirational pop ballad featuring uplifting lyrics & powerful vocals that conveys the universal message of love and hope. More recently, Ariel was the featured vocalist on a Suncoast Emmy-winning project, called River of the Last Valley in the musical composition & arrangement category.
Her Spanglish Visual EP, In Paraíso features four music videos directed by Jose Alejandro Gonzalez of JAGProductions. The EP is a fusion of Latin genres with tropical pop instrumentation inspired by her hometown, Miami, and her love for Latin music. In Paraíso will feature original songs produced by the Latin Grammy nominated duo Mike Muñoz & Gio Fernandez, who have written songs for Luis Fonsi, Pedro Capo, & PrinceRoyce, and it also features songs produced by the Grammy nominated/Latin Grammy winning Producer of the Year, Tony Succar, who has collaborated withLatin music giants Luis Enrique, La India, Gente de Zona, Tito Nieves and Sheila E. Ariel’s new EP features her first original salsa song, “Atrapada,” written with Tony Succar and the Latin Grammy winning songwriter and producer, Jorge Luis Piloto.
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