side by side: Leslie Grace vs. Prince Royce

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side by side: Leslie Grace vs. Prince Royce

  • Will Leslie Grace follow Prince Royce's footsteps to become the next superstar of urban bachata?
  • Stage name: Prince Royce

    Real name: Geoffrey Royce Rojas

    Born: The Bronx, New York

  • Stage name: Leslie Grace

    Real name: Leslie Grace Martinez

    Born: The Bronx, New York

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  • Based out of: The Bronx, New York

    Age: 23

    Roots: Dominican-American

  • Based out of: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

    Age: 18

    Roots: Dominican-American

  • Marital status: Single?

    Style: Bachata, pop and R&B

    Sometimes called: The Prince of Bachata

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  • Marital status: Single

    Style: Bachata, pop and R&B

    Sometimes called: The Princess of Bachata

  • Label: Atlantic. Royce has officially cut ties with his first label, Top Stop Music.

    Breakthrough hit: Stand By Me

    Latest single:Debate De 4 featuring Antony "El Mayimbe" Santos, Luis Vargas, Raulin Rodriguez.

  • Label: Top Stop Music

    Breakthrough hit:Will U Still Love Me Tomorrow

    Latest single:Day 1.

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  • Influences: Usher, Juan Luis Guerra, Aventura, Ginuwine, Antony Santos.

    Debut album: Prince Royce (2010)

    Killer collab:Promise with Usher.

  • Influences: Alicia Keys, Beyoncé, La India and India Arie.

    Debut album: Pasión (2009)

    Killer collab:Will U Still Love Me Tomorrow Remix featuring Maino.

  • In his own words: "I think [my career] is like living a dream… The moment I stop, the moment that I think I’m too good, or the moment that I think I’m the man, or the moment that I sleep on it a little bit, is the moment that I won’t be living that dream anymore."

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  • In her own words: "I am no different than a lot of Latinos my age. I am of Dominican descent, and as such I sometimes listen to bachata, other times to pop, R&B and hip-hop, as well as other music genres, which leads me to believe that other Latinos my age like to listen to artists who can represent the mix that we all are."

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