diSanto was born in a small town in Puerto Rico and from a young age he knew he wanted to be an entertainer. He attended a Catholic school and started singing in the church choir at the age of eight. The choir director immediately recognized diSanto's talent and made him the lead singer of the choir. He received a standing ovation at his first performance. After that, diSanto received numerous awards and made several TV appearances. The young diSanto was on the road to stardom.
At the age of seventeen diSanto received a dance scholarship at Broadway Dance Center and moved to New York City where he studied and performed with various companies. After attending Berklee College of Music, diSanto moved to Miami. He fell into the entertainment industry there and began singing, dancing, and acting while meeting many of the music executives who immediately recognized his talent. diSanto has since been cast in musicals like “Rent” and “Footloose” and shared the stage with artists like Gloria Estefan, Melissa Etheridge, and U2.
Currently, diSanto is promoting his new album The Beginning. Fueled by heavy dance tracks and popping electronic beats, The Beginning draws you into a world of flirtation, pleasure and carnality. These songs blend both English and sexy Spanish lyrics to tell a story of a man who is ready to share his innermost feelings and desires.
How do you describe your music to people?
My music is fueled by heavy dance tracks and popping electronic beats that draws you into a world of flirtation, pleasure and carnality.
Tell me about how you originally got into your craft.
I started singing when I was 8 years old at the school choir of my Catholic High School. Since then I knew I wanted to be a performer. Then went to college at Berklee College of Music, then landed a job at Sony Music and then decided to take a step into becoming a recording artist myself.
What is your favorite thing to do in the whole wide world?
What is your biggest challenge when it comes to running your business?
Time management. There is so much to do in such a little amount of time. I wish the days were 48 hrs long!
When you were a kid, what did you think you were going to be when you grew up?
In what way has your community impacted your development as a musician?
Growing up in Puerto Rico where the music scene is huge definitely impacted me a lot. I was always surrounded by musicians and dancers. That gave me the push to get into this world.
What other artists out there do you love?
I really like Marc Anthony, Michael Buble, Beyonce, Adele, and Michael Jackson.
What does your future hold?
My future… many albums… many concerts… many music videos… FAME, MONEY, and over all a lot of fun!!!!!!