The Puerto Rican singer songwriter who has become one of the new voices of Latin urban music, has impacted radio and clubs with two of his songs in just a few weeks of their official releases in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
After the premiere of his debut video "Puedo Prometerte" (I Can Promise You), the video has already exceeded a staggering 314,000 views on his official Youtube channel, besides being added to several radio stations across the country and in Puerto Rico. This single is a preview of his first album titled 'Teatro de la Mente' (Theatre of the Mind), due out this year.
While continuing his extensive promotional tour in major cities in the east coast and Puerto Rico, Artista Rosario has also managed to create a huge buzz of one of his other songs. The remix version of "Circulos" (Circles) featuring Yomo, was serviced to DJs and record pools and has become quite popular in Latin clubs in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
For the rest of 2012, Artista Rosario will continue promoting his debut album along with performances throughout the country.
About Artista Rosario
Raised between the Bronx, Puerto Rico, Chicago and Florida, Ricardo G. Fábregas Díaz shaped a unique talent that fused a genuine personality with an amazing proficiency to tell stories. A bilingual and multicultural performer, Artista Rosario molded a unique and original songwriting style and has emerged as one of the most promising artists in the music industry today. He has had the privilege to share the stage in countless festivals and events with renown artists such as: Luis Fonsi, Sie7e, Alexis y Fido, Yaga y Mackie, Johan and O'Neill, Baby Rasta y Gringo, Alex Kyza, and Martell "El Multitalentoso" among others.
Growing up in a troubled family environment and constantly adapting to different cities and realities, was a true challenge for Artista Rosario. Writing was his sweet escape. Music, a notebook and pen got him through those difficult times. Each line captured his deepest feelings and thoughts. Inspired by amazing storytellers who not only voiced stories of love but also stories of the streets, such as: Héctor Lavoe, Frankie Ruiz, Marc Anthony, Jerry Rivera, and Jay-Z, Artista Rosario turned his writings into profound songs that soon became part of his identity.