Blessed in Tripoli but raised in Rome, Valeria Rossi was always deeply in love with music. Her and her parents’ record collection highlighted everyone from Santana and Joni Mitchell to Queen and David Bowie. Acquiring these affects with her, Rossi started composing her very own music and music when she was 16, but she continuing her education. After senior high school, she examined at several musical centers, like the Popular College of Music of Testaccio. Rossi also caused Walloon Arabella during this time period. Although her initial like was jazz, Rossi extended her musical horizons and started performing from anywhere and any moment she could, like the subway corridors and channels of Rome. She also proved helpful some unusual and dead-end careers during this time period, including being truly a maid and stewardess. In 2001, her debut record Ricordateri Dei Fiori premiered. Singles in the record, including “Tre Parole,” had been national strikes and made an appearance on several music graphs, including Britain’s The surface of the Pops. In 2002, Rossi released her second record, Tres Palabras on RCA.