Born in Lima, Peru, music caught his attention at a very young age. He began playing guitar at the age of 10 but the drums were what caught his attention most. He was supported by his parents, renowned musicians of the Peruvian scene in the 80's, and began to take his music career seriously. He composed his first song at the age of 11 and since then he has not stopped creating.
At the age of 12, he formed his first band with school friends, where he began playing at school events and venues within the city. For 6 years he played in several bands of the local scene, giving more than 100 concerts in Lima and surroundings.
At the age of 18, he became part of the band Adammo, where he started playing bass, leaving the drums aside. Adammo won a contest of the most important local radio, which involved more than 500 bands, and manage to record their first album called "Sin Miedo".
Towards the end of the year, Adammo's first music video for their single "Sin Miedo" began to air in the well-know TV channel MTV Latin America (MTVLA). In two weeks it was among the 10 most requested videos and eventually reached the top of the ranking of "The 10+voted MTVLA" for more than 30 days in a row. The band presented their first album at a venue that holds up to 3000 people and eventually won the opportunity to perform in music festivals sharing stage with big artists.
Adammo's second single "En Tus Sueños" also spent more than 30 days between the most voted videos, as well as reaching MTVLA's first place in "The 100 most requested videos of 2009". The success of these videos let MTVLA to nominate them in the MTVLA Awards in 3 different categories award, winning the category for "Best New Central Artist"
In 2010, Adammo recorded their second production "Amber", lead by Grammy-nominated producer Joe Marlett. The band's video for their single "Algun Dia" is one of Peru's largest audiovisual production yet. This song had such an impact in the Latin American audience that the Academy nominated "Algun Dia" for the Latin Grammy Awards. That same year, they were also nominated as “Latin band of the year” in the Orgullosamente Latino Awards.
During Adammo´s career, he has been nominated for the MTV Europe Music Awards 2 times, in 2011 and 2012 as World Wide Act Latin America, and has appeared in different TV shows such as MTVLA's hit teen series "Niñas Mal" as well as Nickelodeon's latest series "Grachi" with the songs "Hechizo de Amor" and "Algun Dia". The band had the opportunity to appear in one of Grachi's episodes performing both songs that are part of the original Grachi Soundtrack.
In 2012, Adammo released it's third studio production titled "Tiempos Violentos". The album reached position #8 of the iTunes music store albums the second day of it's release. Later on they recorded the first live DVD of the band.
The band had a total of 3 studio albums, seven music videos and over 500 concerts inside and outside their country.
Bravo co-wrote and co-produced all the albums of the band including jingles for different brands as Coca-Cola and Claro, and has additionally written all the music and performed all the instruments for his short-lived side projects.
In 2014, Bravo moved to Los Angeles, California to keep growing as a musician, enrolling to the UCLA Extension's Film Scoring program. He joined the band Defiant the Lion (now Runners), releasing 3 songs and getting to play on different venues of Los Angeles. He is now writing his first children's album to be released in summer of 2015, and working on Runners' first EP.