Nadia Dolce is an Italian French-Canadian pop dance artist from Montreal. Inspired by International music, she incorporates French, Italian, English and Spanish to her songwriting. After the success of last summer's dance/electronica single, "El Gitano", with world-renowned, DJ MC Mario, it received International airplay in 26 countries. Nadia gained recognition and continued to write and perform for up and coming local DJs (Chuck Bernard, Ken Tracy and Anthony Pag). She caught the attention of MICH2050 music label when she went to record a personal project and impressed them with her songwriting and vocal talents. Her passion and drive towards music persuaded MICH2050 to collaborate on a single, which lead to an EP and now is in the workings of a full album.
Nadia began her journey when she was accepted to the McGill Conservatory of Music for classical vocal training and music theory. She continued to follow her dreams influenced by her musical idols such as Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, and Leona Lewis. She inherited her nickname Dolce from her girl group "Dolceamare" (sweet and sour) as being the one with the sweet and kindhearted personality. Nadia remained focused on pursuing a solo career. She won the 16th edition of CFMB's Superfantastico (Italian version of American Idol) giving her the opportunity to sing her very own composition, "Believe", in Italy at the Reggio Pop Festival, in August 2011. She also had the opportunity to perform "El Gitano" at the CKOI Beach Party in front of 10 000 people, in 2012 as well as recently performing at various venues such as Moomba Supperclub and Plaza Theatre. To kick off 2013, Great Things Studios directed her first official music videos for "Remember" and "Souviens-toi", premiering in August.
Taking a new direction from her previous electronica releases, rediscover a new side to Nadia Dolce with her latest EP "Remember", ranging from easy listening pop dance songs like "Mr. Rhythm 'n' Blues" and "Something’s Wrong", the sexy and sultry summer feel of "Remember", to a fun and uplifting piece like "Kill it On The Dance Floor". Dolce's sweet vocals, catchy lyrics and musical variety offer something for all generations to enjoy. The Italian Canadian beauty co-wrote every song on the EP with a multicultural vision, striving to reach International levels, aiming to gain fans all over the world by infusing different sounds and languages to her music. Nadia Dolce always says, “All is possible when you believe."