High-energy, eclectic and amped-up 2-time Grammy winner, artist, producer, songwriter; Marlow Rosado, has over two decades experience in the music industry. With two Grammys and eleven nominations under his belt, Marlow is undoubtedly a driving force in the Latin music industry and one of the leading components in the salsa scene.

 The multi-instrumentalist Marlow Rosado leads a 12 piece orchestra and is owner of one of Miami’s leading recording studios where artist such as Elvis Crespo, Ricky Martin, El Gran Combo, Alejandra Guzman, Jon Secada and many others, have produced some of their top selling musical productions. Marlow Rosado has earned his place as one of today’s most recognized songwriters with over 70 songs recorded by some of the most notable names in Latin music, an achievement that earned him the “La Musa” award at the 2015 Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame.

 Marlow Rosado was born in Puerto Rico and moved to Miami to attend Florida Atlantic University on a full paid scholarship where he earned his bachelors degree in Music Education.  After Graduation, Marlow went on to work as a Music teacher for the Miami Dade County School Board where for ten years he dedicated his life to bringing quality music education to our school. These efforts earned him a 2014 proclamation by then superintendent of MDCPS Alberto M. Carvalho, and made him the 2015 distinguished alumnus recipient for the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters at FAU.

 In 2009 made his debut album “Salsalsa” generated immediate attention in the Latin music community and got him signed to the legendary ‘Fania Records’, making him the first artist to be signed by the emblematic label in 18 years. In 2012 Marlow Rosado released his second and life-altering album entitled “RETRO”. This record surprised the entire Latin music industry when it won the 2012 American Grammy for “Best Tropical Latin Album” beating out Latin music’s giant Romeo Santos. Committed to moving forward quickly after the monumental success of “RETRO”, Marlow Rosado releases his 3rd production, “SALSANIMAL”. This album is a true image of Rosado’s forceful and passionate personality. With this production, the aggressive producer/songwriter shows us why he is “the heavy-metal band of salsa” as written in the LA Times. His latest album is a natural and unique record named “Harlow-Marlow” (2017). This collaboration with Salsa legend Larry Harlow made it to #7 on the Billboard Tropical Charts. Marlow’s 5th album is set to be released the fall of 2018 and it will be a break-away from his traditional Latin-tropical style.

He is continually sought-after by renowned artists in different Latin genres for his musical arrangement skills, aggressive montunos on the piano, as well as his ability to write, produce and direct hits in a variety of musical styles. From the driving rock-tracks co-written on Alejandra Guzman’s “Lipstick” album (nominated for Best Rock Album of the Year by both the American and Latin Grammys), to the emotionally charged Yolandita Monge’s production “SENTIMIENTO BORINQUEÑO”, as well as works with Elvis Crespo, Hector Acosta, and Puerto Rican Power, are a true showcase of Marlow’s creative elements. Marlow has had the pleasure of working with the iconic and legendary Celia Cruz, the unforgettable Tejana singer Selena, Marc Anthony, Maluma, Ricky Martin, Ricardo Montaner, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Olga Tañón, Tito Puentes Jr, Tito Nieves, Desmond Child, Rudy Perez, and many, others.

 Throughout the last ten years, Marlow has been performing nationally and internationally (Japan, Turkey, Greece, Spain, Italy, Nepal). He is an ambassador for brands such as T-Mobile and Samsung and recently came off his US East coast tour as part of the Samsung S8 launch. His passion to give to those in need has led him on a crusade of continuous charity work in Haiti, Guatemala, Nepal, and Peru by collecting and shipping tons of perishable items, clothing and medical products to these countries. Numerous media articles have been written on him throughout the years. From notable sources like the LA Times, Billboards, Peoples Magazine, Huffington Post, Miami Herald and many more. When asked about future goals, his answer is “To simply keep up with the ever changing world of music”.









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