Acosta Park may be about to break out into the music industry as a singer-songwriter, but he’s hardly new to the business as he has already enjoyed a front-row seat while some of the biggest albums of all time were recorded under his roof.
For years, Parks has immersed himself behind-the-scenes in the industry as the well-known owner of Penthouse Recording Studios, located atop Quad Studios Times Square in New York City. The location is infamous in hip-hop, as it was the location where Tupac Shakur was first shot back in 1994.
Aside from the lore of his studio, Acosta Park has used his time wisely while learning from some of the biggest artists on a daily basis, including Cardi B, Swizz Beats, Ty Dolla, G-Eazy (photo above), as well as late stars like Pop Smoke and Juice Wrld.
The years of experience has culminated into a perfect storm for Acosta Park, who is now set to launch his own career.
Currently, Acosta Park, who recently battled COVID-19, is weeks away from dropping the first two tracks off his debut album.
Having signed an exclusive deal with Run It Up Records, under the watch of music executive, Scotty Stylin, Park is preparing to drop “Ain’t Nobody” & “Perfecta,” along with his entire album, “Acosta Park: The Takeover.”
“Perfecta,” written by Park and artist Costi, is a tropical vibe that showcases the young star’s falsetto voice and powerful bilingual vocals in both English and Spanish.
“I’ve been preparing for this moment all my life so I could be the one to make a difference in my family, the Latin singer-songwriter tells The Blast.
He passionately continued, “I am the risk-taker that’s willing to give my all so that my family and myself can live better lives. I remember the days of sleeping in Central Park with no help. I would watch families and tourists enjoy the day while I prayed and planned my takeover with a broken heart.”