The Water's Soul
EDUCATIONAL Music Video & Reality Show

Who: The Rosado Siblings, Sophia (9) with Eric & John (17) of Jersey City
What: Premiering a new EDUCATIONAL song-music video in a "reality show" episode.
Where: Newport, Jersey City AND in the Hudson River on a New York Waterway Ferry
Why: Musical artists in training were inspired to learn how to give a
musical tribute to an amazing Sculpture Artist
When: Filmed in the summer, being released on October 21, the day the Sculpture is to be dedicated.



Parents: Luis & Maria Rosado

Mom- Maria Rosado

Professor David Musial, (best contact)
School: The Smart Trax® Institute of Technology (501-c-3 nonprofit pending)
Located in Newport, Jersey City since 1992

Music Video


Eric, John and Sophia Rosado on July 23, 2021, set out on a "mission" to find what someone in Newport, Jersey City, told them was going to be a new "MONUMENT"! Determined and curious as they are in Prof. Musial's MusicTech Kids® (Sophia 09) and MusicTech Teens® (Eric & John both 17) program in his unique Smart Trax® Institute (non-profit pending) based right here in Newport, they learned all about it and created this song and music video at thew end to the reality show drama! We send a special thanks to Victoria of the Hoboken Girl online news publication for the informative story and to Lorri Tomeo of the New York Waterways for helping us with the ride! This is an EDUCATIONAL Non-Commercial learning project.
By Prof. David Musial
with additional lyric paraphrasing from:
Jaume Plensa, Victoria Maria Moyeno, David Simon, Richard LeFrak
Melody By Musial, Eric, John & Sophia Rosado
Over 100 years ago, ships from all over the world, came into this area called Newport
 Goods were exchanged, people shared stories, in this vibrant, large, and festive port.
This has been transformed, from once barren land, quietude empathetic self-reflection 
With great ethereal beauty, in the sand, near the Statue of Liberty’s Sun!
One drop of water is quite alone, the Water’s Soul
Many drops together can create a wave, the Water’s Soul
They can form immense rivers & oceans, the Water’s Soul
We exchange ideas and create community, the Water’s Soul
The Power of the Water’s Soul, The Power of the Water’s Soul
The sculpture seems to say, “shush” every day, as it looks at New York City
The pure innocence, aims to acknowledge, the rich history of our Jersey City 
It is now expressing, the hope for humanity, to build a brighter, and better world.
We must all join together, to protect, the most precious, water of-our-world. 
It is not owned by anyone, It belongs to all of us, 
water is the source of life!
Water is the great public space, that unites people around the world.
Water’s Soul is a celebration, in Chilltown a celebration of life!


Performed by Eric, John (17) & Sophia (9) Rosado
The Smart Trax® Institute (Non-Profit pending)

Directed by Prof. Musial
Assistant Director: John Rosado
Cameras by Musial & John Rosado

Composed By Prof. David Musial
with additional lyric paraphrasing from:
Jaume Plensa, Victoria Maria Moyeno, David Simon, Richard LeFrak
Melody By Musial, Eric, John & Sophia Rosado

Musical Instruments by Musial. Drums by Edward Cozzi in Sardinia, Italy

Special thanks to 

Mom Maria and Dad Luis Rosado

Mrs. Lorri Tomeo & Captain Dork at New York Waterway


Conceived by Prof. David Musial

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Eric & John Rosado are a dynamic 17-3/4 year-old twin brother dual from the Statue of Liberty area of Jersey City. They Sing & Act, compose songs play a little keys and Trumpet (John) and Drums (Eric). The Rosados were on stages for over 1,000,000 people in the NYC Area since 2016. They were "discovered" in 2016 at the age of 12 (born in 2002), when they signed up to sing in a Christmas Concert in a church. They got involved in this unique "MusicTech Kids" training program and their spunky little 4 year old sister "tags along" sometimes. By age 5 they invited her (as good bros should, to join in a few tracks LOL!) They entered the unioque MusicTech Teens™ Program at 13 and in the summer of 2018 they were signed to One World Artists Management due to the the extensive amount of invitations thier parents recieved to do performances! Award-winning Producer, Professor David Musial is their manager. The teens now have 11 Record Producers & Writers assisting them from all over America" 2 in Hollywood, one in Las Vegas, several in NYC as well as one from Kingston, Jamaica and one from Canada! In 2020 The Rosados were selected to be the "Hip Hop" act along wiht the amazing Rappers "DRÉ SB & Guru Tha Gawd" to tour the nation with their anthem "UNITY" and unique cocver tune "WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE SWEET LOVE" for the "Heal Thru Hope™" Concert. It was to celebrate the newest military event, in our country for the African American Veternas Monument dedication. It was cancelled due to the pandemic, but we will ise the songs for other shows.

The Rosados have a few singles released. They have published several music videos and have new videos in production. Their first self titled album "THE ROSADOS" is scheduled to "drop" on Sunday, June 9th when the perform for over a million people in the National Puerto Rican Day Parade, in NYC. The Rosados hope to be performing all over America in 2019-2020.

The new album is a mix of Pop, Hip Hpp and Ballads with 9 Producers and writiers all volunteering to help the Rosados! It features two amazing rappers DRÉ SB and Guru Tha Gawd who often work out of SkyRoom Studio in Newport, and have known the Rosados since Day 1 in October 2016. Hollywood film producer Sputnic Erawok, who studied with Professor Musial 25 years ago at NYU, gave an amazing track for ther song "In The Summer". The song "Open Your Mind' is all labout the extremely creative and thought provoking MURALS of Jersey City. It is now a Music Video in editing and was inspired by Musial. He asked his poerty friend John Tam to get involed and then Eric & John crafted it into a uniqu pop song! Musial's clasmate Rick O'Neil from SUNY Fredonia 1984, a Carabbean Record Company and Concert Promotion master gave us the track for "You Make Me Smile". David Mallory of Las Vegas provided the track for "Hey What's That", which is about Oxymorions in the Newport Mall Food Court! "Sixteen" was copposed by the brilliant Jersey City resident from Canada, Brady® Cudmore, who trained the Rosados to perform the song "Proud To Be" all over the place last summer. The song "Raise The Roof" will RAISE YOUR ROOF and we have some fun covers of the classics "Hooked On A Feeling" and "Hangin' Tough". (Professor Musial co-produced the theme song to the Hollywood movie "SOUTHIE", about the life of "Donnie Wahlberg" from "New Kids On The Block", and Eric used this song for his audition to sing in Madison Square Garden two years ago! The ablum is exciting.

From 2016 to 2018, Mrs. Carol Lester a Jery City Snger, Songwriter, musicain and Entertainer, has invited the Rosados to help her perform her unique stage show "The Bubble Queen" all over the Jersey City and Hoboken areas. They learned a great deal about how to perform on stage from her and are very greatful for her training and opportunities. You can see all 3 siblings in several of her staged music videos and she appears as the "Queen" in our MusiocTech Kids "It's My Castle" music video! Carol is a previous Vice President of the Jersey City Board of Education. During the summer of 2017, they travelled to the boardwalks of EVERY major beach town on the Jersey Shore from Cape May, Ocean City, Wildwood, Atlantic City, Seaside Heights, Point Pleasant, Asbury Park to Coney Island and the "Mermaid Parade" (they did not go, the film crew did due to the "rating" of the participants), but they did go twice to the boardwalk and filmed a "MOVIE" about the making of their Music Video "The Mermaid Dance". It is [rpduced by the NextGen Stars Production Company and was released in 2019. In the winter of 2018 Eric & John both submitted 2 video demos to compete to perform in the most famous Music Performance Arena, Madison Square Garden! The Rosados helped to compose an Anthem they call "PROUD TO BE... PUERTO RICAN & AMERICAN", and it premiered in the Bronx Fest (apx 20,000 attended the festival) , the start of the NATIONAL Puerto Rican Day Parade (where over 1,000,000 attended) and then at the Jersey City July 4th Fest (where over 150,000 people attended). The famous rapper "Snoop Dogg" closed the show on the same stage! So the Rosaods were on stage for well over 200,000 people in the summer of 2018 alone!


The Rosados are constantly creating new musical ideas!



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