Sporting a wide vocal range and soulful delivery, Swedish pop singer Sandro Cavazza first gained attention with the band Bonavox in 2014. He broke through as a solo artist in 2016 singing Lost Frequencies' chart-topping track "Beautiful Life" before issuing his eponymous 2017 EP.
Born Alessandro Michele Cavazza in Stockholm in 1992, Cavazza began singing in early childhood and tried writing his first songs while still in primary school. He went on to study at the Los Angeles College of Music, where he co-founded the alternative pop group Bonavox with musicians from Germany, Brazil, and Indonesia. They released a self-titled EP in 2014 before Cavazza finished school and left the band to pursue other projects. He co-wrote two songs for the Avicii album Stories, issued in the fall of 2015. He also co-wrote the tropical house tune "Beautiful Life" by EDM producer Lost Frequencies, which featured Cavazza on vocals. Upon its release in June 2016, it charted in several European countries, hitting number one in Belgium. Cavazza made his solo debut in the spring of 2017 on Interscope with the Sandro Cavazza EP. A standalone single, "High with Somebody," arrived in 2018 and hit number nine in Sweden. In 2019, he issued the single "Enemy." ~ Marcy Donelson