Philip La Rosa is a Fremantle based singer-songwriter whose music comes packed with an exhilarating and uplifting narrative. Inspired to share his positive vision of difference, acceptance and pride, Philip’s music melds infectious beats with brave, powerful vocals, while also highlighting his deep love for making music.

Philip launched his debut single “Pride” in March 2016 after collaborating with Sydney’s Banton Brothers who co-wrote and produced his debut EP, STRONG. With a passionate message to stay true to yourself, “Pride” is a personal song for Philip who has always loved music but was put off from pursuing his dream as a teenager when his journey was touched by bullying, fear, and intolerance.

Philip’s passion for singing began at a young age, copying dance moves from music videos and performing for his family. Gleaning influences from the greats of pop, his interest quickly evolved as he enrolled in performing arts studies that then led to an interest in musical theatre, hip hop, jazz, contemporary dance, and acting. He took to the stage wherever and whenever he could; at community fairs, shopping centers, events, and concerts as well as private weddings and functions. He made his big stage debut with 2007’s “Cruisin’ the Musical” – featuring Glenn Shorrock and Chris Murphy – and he also sang in the choir for Jessica Mauboy, Ricki-Lee and other Australian artists on Channel 7’s Telethon.

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