In Paraiso by Ariel Rose

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Ariel Rose just released her latest EP and it’s just in time before kicking off this summer season and hitting the beach to attend all those parties. She made our summer better with her latest 5 tracks which are full of energy, love, dance, and fun. But before we start talking more about how amazing the music is, let me give you a glimpse of the successful career Rose has led so far. 

Ariel became an award-winning artist at the young age of 15 with her single “My Perfect Day” which took first place in the Pop genre at the Great American Song Contest. With many successful singles to follow as she released a salsa version of Adele’s “Send My Love” that has over 49K views on YouTube. She had her debut album produced by the multi-Latin Grammy-nominated Colombian producer Juan Vicente Zambrano. Later she released an original single accompanied by a music video “Somebody Loves You” that has over 70K views on YouTube resulting in a partnership with the United Way to raise funds for its Miami Pandemic Response Fund. 

The EP is detail-oriented and has a specific storyline about love, relationships, and second chances. It starts with “Let Me go” a contemplation of walking away from a failed relationship, then “En el Paraíso” where you decide to move on and take control, later you meet someone new in “Atrapada” and finally you decide to give love another chance with “your Lovin”. The songs are a mix between English and Spanish with a very strong Latin influence and vibe. It combines different elements and cultures from Cuba, Japan, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and the United States. It’s also a mix of genres showcased along in the EP and within the tracks, like pop, Salsa, rap, and trap. In “Let Me Go” she is joined by LORS, Kenyi, and Tony Succar who is also featured in “Atrapada” which is Ariel’s first original Salsa song. The song was written by Succar who is a Grammy-nominated/Latin Grammy-winning producer of the year who also collaborated with Latin music giants like Luis Enrique and others, and Jorge Luis Piloto who is also a Latin Grammy-winning songwriter. The original songs are produced by the Latin Grammy-nominated duo Mike Munoz & Gio Fernandez who wrote songs for Luis Fonsi, Pedro Capo, and Prince Royce. 

If you’re a fan of Ariel Rose by now, check out her website and Instagram for more details and interesting information about her, her music, and her successful career. The 5-track EP is not something you want to miss out on.

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