Ricardo “Luss” Nigaglioni is a singer-songwriter and teaching artist born and raised in the Bronx. Luss’ creative practice is informed by blending various genres such as R&B, Soul, Hip Hop, and Salsa into a unique musical palette that has allowed him to collaborate with a wide array of artists. He is a two time awardee of “The Bronx Recognize Its Own” award for vocal performance. In 2017 Luss partnered with Vice and Delta to host a pop up recording studio event at Kinfolk in Brooklyn, NY. His recent single “No Angels” has received praise from Earmilk, Fame Magazine, Clout and more. Luss continues to perform nationally and internationally with critically acclaimed musicians. Frankie Leroux is an award winning music producer, drummer, educator and videographer. Hailing from Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, Leroux has worked with Miguel Atwood Ferguson, Kemba, Chris Dave, Emily King, Young Guru, and Ms. Lauryn Hill. In 2016 Leroux began teaching digital music production and songwriting classes as a part of Carnegie Hall's Future Music Program. In 2018, Leroux led a series of production and songwriting workshops at Crossroads Juvenile Center. In 2021 Leroux won a Latin Grammy for his work on the album, “Sobrevolando” by Cultura Profética.