Florenza Campos began vocal lessons at the age of 9 with Grammy winning coach and producer Jose Miguel Velasquez. She recorded her first demo at the age of 11, studied in a performing arts high school in Miami and soon went off to study and graduate from Berklee College of Music. At Berklee, she won a songwriting award for her single "Heartbreaker", which charted for months in dance charts with remixes by Manny Lehman. Heartbreaker eventually caught the attention of the popular Brazilian group, Double You, and she was invited by them to Brazil to write and record an EP as well as tour with the band as an opening act.
She has two studio EPs and is now working on her latest one to be released through Sony Latin Music. She gigs weekly all over Florida, and travels the world back and forth with Latin superstar Maluma as a background vocalist and main feature on his female songs.