Born and raised in the Bronx, this Latin beauty was blessed to have supportive parents who exposed her music, especially since birth. She remembers her parents late night parties with her father Julio playing the Conga's and her mother Santa dancing to the rhythm. Julio who's first brake in the 70's was to record an album as a percussionist lived for Salsa Music. He knew by listening to an album w...ho was who from the vocalist to the Bongo player. Her parents had a tremendous influence on Sol's music career. Her first entry into the entertainment was at the age of 9 when a recruiter held auditions at her neighborhood which she attended and became a finalist for. This would be her very first big brake she was asked to perform for a charity event in Central Park as an open act for Brenda K. Starr, Coro, Cynthia & Fat Boys which were all very popular in the 1980's. This would be the match that lit the fire for Sol!
Sol's passion only became intense when she attended Junior High School for the performing arts Rafael Hernandez and found that although R&B & Freestyle were to here liking that something was missing. One day while at a NYC nightclub she witness the performance of Frankie Ruiz and Los Hermanos Colon she felt like she found herself. This is what I was missing? She claims she knew right then and there that her passion for music was in Salsa Music! The rhythm, the dance, the sound, the live music. A few years later Los Hermanos Colon ask if she would record a song on their album "Abriendo Nuevos Caminos" and she recorded "Cuando Una Mujer" a song she fell in love with.
With a new album in 2011 with Muziq Inc. Records and with strong support of her family and friends, Sol hopes to present her own positive outlook on life and to help bring a unity amongst Latinos through her music.