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Robi Draco Rosa

About Robi Draco Rosa

Rosa is a free spirited musician who's transcended his boy-band past with Menudo to find fame and fortune on his own terms. Though he was penning several hit songs for artists like Ricky Martin (he wrote the chart-busting "Livin' La Vita Loca"), Rosa saw limited success with his solo work. In 1999 he released a critically acclaimed album of songs based on Baudelaire's poetry -- not exactly a pop icon -- and his influences include people like Miles Davis and Marvin Gaye. But true pop success finally came to him with 2004's rock-influenced Mad Love, which earned three Latin Grammy nominations.

Listen toRobi Draco Rosaon Rhapsody

Rosa is a free spirited musician who's transcended his boy-band past with Menudo to find fame and fortune on his own terms. Though he was penning several hit songs for artists like Ricky Martin (he wrote the chart-busting "Livin' La Vita Loca"), Rosa saw limited success with his solo work. In 1999 he released a critically acclaimed album of songs based on Baudelaire's poetry -- not exactly a pop icon -- and his influences include people like Miles Davis and Marvin Gaye. But true pop success finally came to him with 2004's rock-influenced Mad Love, which earned three Latin Grammy nominations.

About Robi Draco Rosa

Rosa is a free spirited musician who's transcended his boy-band past with Menudo to find fame and fortune on his own terms. Though he was penning several hit songs for artists like Ricky Martin (he wrote the chart-busting "Livin' La Vita Loca"), Rosa saw limited success with his solo work. In 1999 he released a critically acclaimed album of songs based on Baudelaire's poetry -- not exactly a pop icon -- and his influences include people like Miles Davis and Marvin Gaye. But true pop success finally came to him with 2004's rock-influenced Mad Love, which earned three Latin Grammy nominations.

About Robi Draco Rosa

Rosa is a free spirited musician who's transcended his boy-band past with Menudo to find fame and fortune on his own terms. Though he was penning several hit songs for artists like Ricky Martin (he wrote the chart-busting "Livin' La Vita Loca"), Rosa saw limited success with his solo work. In 1999 he released a critically acclaimed album of songs based on Baudelaire's poetry -- not exactly a pop icon -- and his influences include people like Miles Davis and Marvin Gaye. But true pop success finally came to him with 2004's rock-influenced Mad Love, which earned three Latin Grammy nominations.