Piero Strada was born in Bari and, still a child, he moved to Milan, where he still lives today, although he still remains very attached to his Apulian origins. Married and father of three children, Piero has a degree in Marketing, an enthusiast of entertainment, and loves learning foreign languages, sports, singing and music in all its forms. He began studying singing in 2014 at Loretta Martinez's VMS school with Prof. Rosella Giorgio, then at the ISME school, with Prof. Mariella Farina and finally at the NAM, with Prof. Jenny Tempesta. After 3 years of study, Piero writes his first piece, "Tutta la mia Vita", with the arrangement of his brother Sergio, leader of the Hard Reset group. Subsequently he began working with Marco Trifone, who produced and arranged for him "Galassia" and subsequently "The Charm of Things that You Can't Have", published in November 2018. In 2017 Piero began working with Music Alive and, in 2018, with Alpha records Management.