Angelica Artifex is a Los Angeles based Singer, Model, Tv-host and self-proclaimed Citizen of the World. She is the face of this globally connected generation, with her European and Latin Caribbean background and life experiences in the world. Her music is influenced by ‘50s Cuban boleros, Scandinavian pop and 90’s R&B. She is raised in Sweden, born to a Cuban father and a Finnish mother, her childhood was surrounded by cultural duality. It was the best of both worlds for the budding young artist.
Artifex’s taste is varied. She started taking singing seriously at age of twelve, and spent her three year studies at the famous Swedish Pop/Rock music school named Rytmus High School. After school Artifex would spend time in studios writing songs and recording back-up vocals. Shortly after graduating, she moved to Italy as a model, working with designers such as RedValentino, Etro, Cedric Charlier, BluMarine, Antonio Marras and more.
Artifex’s return to music occurred when she received an invitation to perform with the San Marino Orchestra at the Expo – Milan Show. Her performance received rave responses from the audience. Since then, Angelica was determined to have a successful career in music, in doing so, she made the move to Los Angeles. Her performance at “The Mint La Club” got the attention of the producer LUGO , After honing her skills further with Grammy Nominated R&B singer Frankie J, Artifex & Frankie J collaborated and released the 3 singles ”Lo Que Paso“ ,“Borron Y Cuenta Nueva” and “Chillear“.
Her latest work, “Artifex Trilogy” is a 3 part music video story. A story of a heartbroken woman that is tired of feeling sorry for herself, and so therefor she is now taking action in her own hands… Volume 1 of 3, “White Flag(Saca Tu Bandera)”, has been released on YouTube. The cinematography is shoot by, Hector Perez, directed & Edited by, Danielle Yu Perez. Music Production by platinum record producer Luigie “LUGO” Gonzalez & Casey Sullivan. Written by Palmer Reed, Angelica Artifex, Casey Sullivan & Luigie Gonzalez. Co-starring Darius Dio & furniture and set designed by, Casa Minimo by Fernando Cuevas. Angelica Artifex is currently recording new music with producers LUGO and Casey Sullivan, and is also seen as the new face of the technology brand, Intel Evo, in collaboration with Now This News.
She can speak four languages fluently. English, Spanish, Swedish and Italian. Also, she is a former TV-Host for the bilingual woman empowerment Talk Show called, “Get it Girl” on LATV-network.
Women Fitness President Ms. Namita Nayyar catches up Angelica Artifex, an exceptionally talented Singer, Model and Television-host here she talks about her fitness routine, her diet, hair care, skincare and her success story.
You started singing at the age of twelve and spent your three years studying at the famous Swedish Pop/Rock music school named Rytmus High School. Later you started working as a model, singer, and talk show hostess with now your career is propelled to the height where you have been leading the world of fashion & glamour modeling and as a singer. Tell us more about this journey of hard work, tenacity, and endurance?
Thank you for your very kind words! The journey is long and I have reached great accomplishments that I’m proud of, and I’m still looking for more to come, this journey doesn’t stop here. I was very clear in my early days as a kid of what I wanted to do when I grew up, I wanted to become an entertainer. I was born and raised in Sweden, in a time where the profession as a full-time entertainer was pretty limited, probably still is today.
So I knew that I had to move from Sweden, for the sake of my own growth. After a journey of collaborations with record producers, ongoing meetings with industry people and record labels in Stockholm, and still with no luck, I knew that it was time to switch. That’s when I moved from Sweden to Italy. I think my biggest accomplishment in life so far has been following my intuition. I listed to the baby Artifex in me, and made her wishes come true.
After graduating, you moved to Italy as a model, working with designers such as Red Valentino, Etro, Cedric Charlier, BluMarine, Antonio Marras, and many more. Tell us more about this endeavor of yours and how it had been a catalyst to turn you such an epitome of glamour, beauty, and elegance?
There is beyond hard work behind the accomplishment that the audience sees from one. Fashion or any other entertainment industry is extremely tough, and therefore requires a lifetime determination. I moved to Milan and started a completely new journey with no knowledge of the fashion industry whatsoever, but to my surprise I was working. All though my look wasn’t necessary “The” look, back then when I started I had big curly hair and in Italy that wasn’t a trend, until my look became a trend and I was now being booked for how I looked and for being me.
Yes, fashion is fun and can be glamorous, my favorite part is the unlimited creativity and the constant meetings with interesting people that inspire. My time in Milan helped me to understand that modeling is not just to model, to become successful I have to take care of my own business.
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