George Ferrero was born in Venezuela. A keen interest in the music and an early career spinning for all the local parties of friends and family quickly evolved into a passion for music production. Later on, George decided to take his talents abroad and move to the up and coming city of Miami. As he worked on making his own exclusive sound, he was heard by Miami’s famous P.R (cazatalentos) Jairo Martinez and was introduced to the King Midas of music, Emilio Estefan. Estefan quickly knew he needed George and asked him to be the resident DJ of Cardozo Café and later Bongos Cuban Café, a move which would shape his entire career in the Miami scene.

Back in his studio, whether it’s his own song, a collaboration, or a creative remix he’s conjuring. George Ferrero’s productions consistently receive immense support from both fans and notable people in the music industry such as Triton Productions, Univision, Telemundo, CBS, History Channel, Ole, A&E, and the Biography Channel. He has also worked with many well-known companies like Latin Billboard, Premios Lo Nuestro, HBO, Ocean Drive Magazine, CNN, Premios Billboard, the Miami Heat, Warner Brothers, Sony Music, and Universal Music Group. With early notable content including remixes for Juanes, Shakira, and even Marc Anthony, George is now most widely appreciated for his ability to musically interpret the Miami scene. His diverse music and unique performances capture the melting pot that is the grand city of Miami.

Of course George Ferrero wouldn’t be where he is now if he wasn’t also a serious force to be reckoned with outside the walls of his studio. A natural born performer from the start, his innate ability to read and work a crowd of any size has allowed him to electrify some of the most elite nightclubs, including Cardozo Café, Bongos Cuban Café, Billboard Live, The Forge, Passion, Score, Blue Martini, Mia, LIV, and countless others. He has worked alongside many respected DJ’s such as BT, Louie Vega, Danny Tenaglia, Abel Aguilera, Ralphi Rosario, Oscar G, Irie, Ivano Bellini, and Tracy Young. He has also worked with many recognizable names, some of them being Madonna, Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, Gloria Estefan, Marc Anthony, Santana, Juan Luis Guerra, Celia Cruz, Juanes, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Joe Arroyo, Johnny Pacheco, and many more.

Today his list and his talents keep on expanding. As George says “Music is my life. I eat, sleep, and breathe it. Every day you have to reinvent yourself… be a chameleon, constantly creating that ‘surprise factor’, keep the crowd guessing and making them think, ‘wow, this guy is crazy… but it works, you know?”