Ariel Rose Debuts New Reggaeton Single “En El Paraso”

Ariel Rose is a Miami-based singer and songwriter. My Perfect Day received first prize in the Pop category in the Great American Song Contest for Ariel at the age of 15 and made her an award-winning singer.

Ariel Rose’s most recent effort, River of the Last Valley, won a Suncoast Emmy for musical composition and arrangement, and she sang lead on the album that won.

After collaborating with the United Way to collect money for the Miami Pandemic Response Fund, Ariel released her original track and music video, “Somebody Loves You” in May 2020.

A pop song, “Somebody Loves You” with uplifting lyrics and strong vocals that communicate the universal message of love and optimism.

She takes us on a journey through her musical career and reveals more about her most recent track in this week’s post.

What is your real name?
My real name is Ariel Rose!

What’s your official Showbiz name?
I use my actual name as my “stage” name – Ariel Rose.

How did you get into music?
I was always into music, at a really early age. In fact, I began singing in front of audiences when I was six years old. I come from a very musical family and was extremely influenced by my grandfathers, who were musicians, and my father, who is a classically trained pianist.

What field or genre are you into and how would you describe it?
My music fits the Latin pop genre and combines a fusion of genres and sounds, taking influences from pop, salsa, bolero, and reggaeton. I have always loved Latin music and was constantly exposed to it being born and raised in multicultural Miami!

What were your first project and the people you worked with and which year?
My first album was released when I was 15 years old. It is called “Rhythms of Life.” I co-wrote the music with the Latin Grammy-nominated producer, Juan Vicente Zambrano, who produced my first album.

It was really an amazing experience and really helped prepare me for my future projects, such as this EP I have coming out soon!

Ariel Rose Debuts New Reggaeton Single “En El Paraso”
Ariel Rose Debuts New Reggaeton Single “En El Paraso”

Who or what inspires you or motivates you? And why?
My passion and love for music and performing motivate me. I am inspired by my life experiences, as well as all of the talented people I have the privilege of working with.

Any models you look up to? With reason(s) why?
I look up to my vocal coach, Luis Manuel Diaz, as he really pushed me to sing in many different languages and inspired me to go for my dreams when I was younger. He introduced me to a book called “The Secret” when I was 15 and it completely changed my mindset and made me realize the power of our thoughts and how much we are influenced by them.

I also greatly look up to one of the producers I collaborated with on this EP, Tony Succar. He really does it all and has been such an incredible force, always encouraging me to put my music out there and go for my dreams.

What do you look out for in this line of business?
In this line of business, it’s important to have a thick skin and brush off criticism and rejection. I also believe that it’s important to stay true to yourself and to make sure to always surround yourself with a good team of people who also believe in your vision and see the bigger picture.

What are some of the challenges you face in your career path?
Some of the challenges I face in my career path is being able to do it all! When you are an artist in this day and age, you need to know how to manage your social media pages, how to write your music, how to edit videos, and how to express your vision to the people you work with.

I know I am constantly juggling performances, social media content, writing music, recording, filming, answering emails, and planning for future releases, and it is really more than a full-time job!!!

What do you look out for in this line of business?
In this line of business, it’s important to have a thick skin and brush off criticism and rejection. I also believe that it’s important to stay true to yourself and to make sure to always surround yourself with a good team of people who also believe in your vision and see the bigger picture.

Do you have any advice for aspiring songwriters?
My advice would be to constantly be writing and exposing yourself to as much music and art as possible. Writing takes practice and it’s important to be in touch with your own emotions and ways of thinking in order to write music, poetry and lyrics that resonate with you.

During the start of the pandemic, since performances weren’t happening, I started reading and writing a lot of poetry and it really helped me with my song lyrics. In fact, now I’m in the process of writing a poetry book as well!

What is your current project about?
My current project is about the journey to finding paradise. It’s about finally doing what’s best for you and leaving things behind that no longer serve you. This single, “En el Paraíso” is from my Spanglish Visual EP, In Paraíso, which comes out in May.

Paraíso features influences from different Latin genres and each song has a music video, revealing another part of the story, kind of like chapters in a book. I collaborated with the Latin Grammy-winning/Grammy-nominated Producer Tony Succar on two of the tracks — one featuring his talented brother Kenyi, and Dominican rapper LORS, and one that we both co-wrote with salsa great Jorge Luis Piloto. I’m really excited to share it with you all!

What are your hobbies?
Aside from performing, writing music, and singing, I love writing poetry, arts & crafts, and baking. I am always looking for creative ways to express myself and find a lot of fulfilment when I do.

What do you do aside from this profession?
I am a full time performing artist and I absolutely love it!

What is one message you would give to your fans?
One message I would give to my fans is that no matter who you are, or where you come from, it’s important to celebrate diversity and remain true to yourself in all you do. Coming from Miami, I was always exposed to different cultures and music genres.

We all have different backstories, cultures, and ways of life and I believe that we all can learn so much from each other, and I try to celebrate that diversity in my music!

MrrrDaisy
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MrrrDaisy is the Owner of Music Arena Gh.  As a graphic designer, blogger and social media expert, he is a confident and creative designer who is self-motivated, self-sufficient and comes to you with a strong background in both print and digital media. He currently lives and studies Digital Media at Nottingham College, United Kingdom.
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