Carlos de la Rosa better known by his stage name Karlos Rosé is a Dominican performer of bachata music. He began his career as a singer on the Dominican television program Divertido con Jochy when he was seventeen years old. In 2012, he released his debut single "Just the Way You Are", a cover of Bruno Mars's song which reached number one on the Billboard Tropical Songs. In 2013, his second single "Infiel", which was originally performed by Colombian music group Daniel Calderon y Los Gigantes, also reached number one on the Tropical Songs chart. In the same year, he collaborated with American pianist Arthur Hanlon to perform a cover of The Jackson 5's song "I'll Be There. It reached number four on the Tropical Songs chart.
About Karlos Rosé
Carlos de la Rosa, better known by his stage name Karlos Rosé, is a popular bachata singer renowned for covering popular songs such as the Jackson 5's "I'll Be There."
He released his debut single, a cover of Bruno Mars' "Just the Way You Are", in 2012. The song went on to reach #1 on the Billboard Tropical Songs chart.
In 2013, he released his second single "Infiel," a song originally performed by Los Gigantes.
He has two sisters. Though he was born in the Dominican Republic, he later lived in New York.
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- Machete Music artists
- Dominican Republic male singers
- Bachata musicians
- Universal Music Latin Entertainment artists