"I wouldn't say I'm changing myself to find a new audience," Prince Royce tells Billboard. "It's about growing, trying new things. There's a whole other world out there that doesn't know who Prince Royce is."
In April, after three years of work, ...
In April, after three years of work, Prince Royce will release his first English-language pop album; it's also his debut with new label home RCA. The track list is still being whittled down, but Royce has confirmed studio time with Chris Brown, Dr. Luke and Magic singer Nasri.
"What I put out in English, that's wh...
"What I put out in English, that's who most people are going to think I am -- that's why I'm being so careful," Prince Royce says. "I love hip-hop, R&B, techno and Latin. The album's a combination of everything I grew up listening to."
"I grew up playing basketball and eat...
"I grew up playing basketball and eating hot dogs on the corner. But now I go to where my parents are from and the whole country knows who I am," Royce says, beaming, about his Dominican roots.
Royce knows crossing over won't be ea...
Royce knows crossing over won't be easy. "Ricky Martin went from Spanish pop to English pop; same rhythm, different language. For me, it's a different language and a different rhythm, which makes it twice the challenge."