‘Corazón Sin Cara’ Prince Royce Lists Coral Gables Estate For $3.75M Following Property Tax Issues
"Back it Up" singer Prince Royce had listed his Coral Gables, FL, estate after a few years of legal issues left him owing over $40,000 in property taxes. The Latin pop royalty's four-bedroom designer pad is up on the market for $3.75 million and is listed with The Chad Carroll Group.
The Bronx-raised singer had topped the Tropical Songs of Billboard chart nine times, as well as in the chart's Hot Latin Songs three times with hits such as "Las Cosas Pequeñas," "Corazón Sin Cara" and "Darte un Beso."
Prince Royce's 5,212-square-foot abode according to the listing is perfect for a prince. It comes with large windows that open up to a conservatory's worth of wildlife, high ceilings, and a spacious open floor plan that transitions easily among the living, dining, and entertaining areas.
The soundproof recording studio boats patterned black-and-white walls, a vibrant red ceiling, and a wide lounge area for visitors who opt to see his magic in the flesh. Upstairs, the billiard room's stylish gold accent bar is designed to be the perfect place for drinks. It also comes with a blue kitchen perfect for preparing lavish meals, according to Realtor.com.
The pop star was just one of the many stars of live TV musical "The Passion" premiering on March 20. He woud be portraying the character of Peter, one of the most pivotal figures of the Bible. He will be starring alongside Jencarlos Canela, Chris Daughtry, Seal, and more in the TV event.
Born as Geoffrey Royce Rojas in The Bronx, he adopted the stage name Prince Royce when he began his music career. He was also a coach on "Las Voz Kids", the Spanish children's version of "The Voice", during the show's first season. He also had played a recurring character on Hulu's East Los High, according to Daily News.
Prince Royce's most popular hit was "Back It Up" featuring Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull. He also co-wrote Snoop Dogg's "Stuck On A Feeling" and Selena Gomez's "Already Missing You."