She learns to play and compose in a different and unconventional way. Her artistic rising comes about over a long distance, from England to the US Weast Coast, with a visceral and constant search of sound, a simple and contemporary sound, rooted in the rough 70’s. Monica P is a passionate and indipendent woman. She doesn’t compromise, her voice is husky and real. She has always been looking to express that deep and obsessive noise that lies in her. She is herself in her honest stories and raw sounds. That is how she keeps off stereotypes. After different collaborations, which bring her from reggae to lounge, from blues to electronics, in 2010 she meets Daniele Grasso (Afterhours, Cesare Basile, Greg Dulli, John Parish) and she produces her first album "A volte capita" for Dcave records/CNI. This work, with his folk rock sound, is appreciated by critics, through a large number of reviews. Her song “Libera” is included in the collection “Female do it better“ (Dcave), which unfolds works by international female artists, with the collaboration of MEI. On January 2014 she publishes her new album "Tutto Brucia" (TF records/IRD), produced by Antonio Gramentieri and Franco Naddei. In this work she has the collaboration of great musicians such as Sacri Cuori, JD Foster, Giovanni Ferrario, Vicki Brown... and she has the honour to bring the Australian Hugo Race (Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) to sing in Italian for the first time, in her song "Come un cane". The critics soon appreciates this album and the videoclip "Come un cane" appears on the web for RollingStone Italia. The new video "Io sono qui", instead, is published by Panorama.it Monica P always sticks to her true self also in her live acts, with her personal folk ‘n’ roll, through her different voice and minimal guitar. The 20th October 2017 the third album "Rosso che non vedi", produced by Antonio Gramentieri, comes out. Available in all the physical and digital stores (A buzz Supreme/Audioglobe). Check it out, with its great videos: Corpi Fragili, Labbra Rosse, Tutto il resto rende più denaro. Winner of Nuovo IMAIE at Premio Pierangelo Bertoli 2018.