A musician, songwriter, and producer, Rodney Alejandro has been working in the music industry since he signed his first major-label record deal at 19. From then on, he has worked on many award-winning projects and sold over 10 million units of his original songs. He has contributed to four Grammy-nominated and two Latin Grammy–nominated projects in various genres and to the 2004 Billboard Latin Pop Album of the Year, among others. He has also contributed to many TV shows, including songwriting the Spanish language theme for The Ellen Degeneres Show and acting as composer and producer for the Golden Globe–winning drama series The Shield.
Alejandro was a performing member of the international pop band The Script as keyboardist and music director. In addition, he has performed with will.i.am, Sofia Carson, Labrinth, Mańa, and Stevie Wonder, among others. He graduated summa cum laude with a dual major from Berklee College of Music and was valedictorian at Fullsail University, where he received a master's degree in entertainment business. He continues to work professionally while teaching songwriting as an associate professor at Berklee College of Music.