Roberto Carlos Lange was borin in Florida in 1980. Son of Ecuadorian parents, young Lange grew up listening to Miami electronic music. He later studied art at the Savannah College of Art and Design and it was around this time that music bean to come into his life after having studied sound design and audio programs. In the early 2000s, he began to record his first songs with different signatures (ROM, Epstein, Boom & Birds). After moving to Brooklyn, productivity continued to rise, this time in collaboration with Guillermo Scott Herren. After that, by 2009, Lange was no longer a newcomer when he introduced himself as Black Helado - he was prepared for another chapter of his story. The first album released as Black Helado, "Awe Owe", released in 2009, was marked by mixing elements such as jazz, folk, electronics and their Latin influences. His proposal was original and Black Helado's fan base grew, especially after the release of albums "Double Youth" (2014) and "Private Energy" (2016), thanks to such catchy tracks such as "Young, Latin and Proud" and "It's My Brown Skin". In 2019 he returned to the albums with "This is How You Smile". Between billingual verses about childhood and immigrant parents and increasingly sophisticated arrangements, Helado is more accessible and also a little more melancholic to match Lisbon's autumn colours in November.