"Miss Martinez" out!

Endelig er Roberts debutalbum her. Nrk Sørlandet gav dette retropop dokumentet 8 av 10! Plata beskriver historien av han som så gjerne vil beholde det de engang hadde, mens hun vil videre. En historie om å ønske noe så mye at du ikke ser at den andre vil noe helt annet. Noen ganger ser man det man vil se. Produsert av Robert og britiske Eliot James tas vi musikalsk sett til en nåtid som peker klart på 60- og 70-tallet.

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Know Ya - Out now!

Robert Vendetta flørter med både Olsen Twins og alle som elsker god popmusikk når hans nye singel slippes 19.mai. « Know Ya » er et strålende håndverk av en låt og fortjener et stort publikum. // Robert Vendetta flirts with both Olsen Twins and everyone who loves good pop music with his new single released on May 19th. «Know Ya» is a brilliantly crafted song who deserves a big crowd.

Music video - Know Ya

Music video - I Remember You

I Remember You

«I Remember You» is the second single from Robert Vendetta's forthcoming album – a song about the worlds most beautiful back. Some people call it the Marvin Gaye song due to its sensual groove and emotional ways.

​Robert playing the part

After years on both theater and music scenes Robert found himself wanting to play the part of his lifetime - himself.

Three years gone now he's ready with his debut album, "Miss Martinez," which is co-produced by British producer Eliot James (who has worked with, among others Kaizer Chiefs, Gabriella Cilmi, Noah and the Whale and Bloc party). The album could be described as a colorful oasis of music, where the deep, nostalgic feel brings you back to the 50s, 60s and 70s. Robert becomes like the crooner Elvis, an entertainer that challenges the commercial music scene of today.

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They - The single

«They» is the first single from Robert Vendetta's forthcoming album – a song about everyone's perception of the truth, or what he likes to call their box. As the first song recorded and the last song on the album it pinpoints the story of the whole album – what harm misperception might do. It's a duet with the young talent Bethany Forseth-Reichberg.

The track presents the music of Robert with all its drama and emotions, with Aleksander Kostopoulos' own way of thinking on drums, with the beautiful voice of Bethany, with the rusty piano softened with mellotron - modern but with lots of pin pointers to the 50s, 60s and the 70s. Robert Vendetta just calls it Retropop.


Photo by Marius Martinsen Robert live at bakgårds:larm 2016 Robert live at Sofar Sessions. Photo:  Anine Desire. Robert at a video shoot. Robert live in Portobello road, London. Photo: Josefine Korpe. The Cover of Roberts latest single

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