Cielo Seeks To Unite Cultures Through Music


From notable styles and a stunning stage presence, Cielo’s music is standing out as an entity all its own. The quality of art, music, and dedication put forth by the industrious artist has definitely made a mark and impact on the music community. It won’t be long before you hear Cielo’s music nationwide and internationally. Major moves are being made by this amazing talent.

The El Salvador native who immigrated to Los Angeles, CA in 2001 raps in Spanish because that’s his native language. He grew up in different ghettos where Cielo was introduced to hip hop and with time he began to fall in love with music and started writing and doing spoken word. His latest single “PCH” features Detroit artist Brotha Gibson, who like Cielo transplanted to the City Of Angels. Together they had the same concept for the track.  Last year he released his EP Seven that opened more doors for the artist and provided his audience with the chance to witness his talent.

“This year I’m staying focused with all my projects and aim for bigger records and accomplishments,” Cielo states. Additionally he’s also working on collaborations to expand and unite cultures through the art of music. Seventeen 49 has been in the work for years and it’s time to launch it across different borders.

Instagram: @cielo1749

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