Singer and songwriter nicky ros had always had a passion for music. Growing up in a multinational family the creative was exposed to a wide range of music growing up. nicky ros also spent time early in his childhood singing in the world-renowned Grace Cathedral Choir of Men & Boys, later beginning his journey as an award-winning saxophonist. While nicky ros learned valuable lessons playing instrumentals and singing in the choir, his true passion for music was ignited when he began writing his own songs.
nicky ros solo career began when he started writing and recording his own Pop songs, arranging most of the music for a 14-piece band.
This propelled his career forward as he started studying songwriting at the Idyllwild Arts Academy where he pursued his first record and publishing deals. Following his time at the art academy, the songwriter attended the University of California – Berkeley where he rediscovered his love for Latin music. However, nicky ros’ biggest breakthrough came when he discovered his Cuban and Argentine heritage, diving deeper into the connections between Salsa, Island, and Reggaeton genres of music.
These discoveries have heavily influenced the type of music nicky ros is making present day.
“In the new music I combine those influences with the developing 808 bass elements in American r&b and the “Hyphy Movement” from the Bay Area,” explained ros. nicky ros is on a mission to continue to bridge the gap between Latin and American cultures, creating a cross-over movement that infuses elements from both. Currently independent, nicky ros is searching for a team that will continue to push his passion forward. The creative recently began releasing his first singles from his upcoming EP ‘Til The Wheels Fall Off’. The artist believes the extended play is some of his best work yet.
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