Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Fidel began his career in 1985 as lead singer/co-founder of the influential rasta-punk band, Todos Tus Muertos (named after casualties of Argentina’s Dirty War), fusing rock, reggae, Latin rhythms and hip hop with lyrics of social and political protest. TTM achieved international success and produced 8 albums. In 1995, Fidel formed Lumumba, a ragga/dub/reggae band, with Pablo Molina (from TTM) and his brother, Amilcar Nadal and released 4 albums.
In 2001, Fidel launched a successful solo career with a focus on reggae. In 2009, his hit single "International Love" was included on the FIFA Trax 2010. He received two Latin Grammy nominations in 2011 for his album, "Forever Together", and song, "Te Robaste Mi Corazón". His most recent album “Tek a Ship” (2015) was recorded in Kingston, Jamaica by Bobby “Digital” Dixon and delivers vintage sounds of deep roots reggae and rasta consciousness. Fidel’s musical career spans three decades and crosses all cultural, musical, and language boundaries while inspiring solidarity, love and unity.