Son of the famed guitar player and producer Tito Losada, he is part of a great gypsy family in Madrid: The Losada, with a long tradition in flamenco and source of many important flamenco artists.
He started playing the guitar with only 9 years old and with only 16 he was already entering the professional world at La Alcazaba tablao. He stepped up to the big flamenco companies with the Antonio Canales company, with who he worked for 7 years, collaborating in many different works, with Gitano, A cuerda y tacón, La Cenicienta, La casa de Bernarda Alba and Torero, among them.
He has been a guest artist in Fedra along with Lola Flores and he has worked with many important companies, such as Carmen Cortés, Joselillo Romero, Las Mil y Una Noches, Alma Gitana, Juan de Juan and Sara Baras. His artistic value has allowed him to perform in stages in Europe, United States, Latin America, Morocco, Israel, Australia and Singapore.
He is a musical adviser for the Tito Losada Flamenco Company and the official guitar player for the Celia Gómet Flamenco Ballet.
He regularly collaborates with many different national artists with their projects.
In 2012, he collaborated with Azúcar Moreno in Miami in their last album. During the same year, he worked with Enrique Morente in the TBS awards in Barcelona, along with many important artists, such as Merche Esmeralda, Juana Amaya, La Hierbabuena, Guadiana, Duquende, Potito, El Cigala and Joaquín Cortés.
With his brother, Luky Losada, guitar player and famed percussionist, and his father, they launched the album "Misa flamenca: los Gitanos cantan a Dios" and presented it touring Latin America and United States.
In 2014 he has toured along with his father 20 different cities around Japan and has been invited to Bangkok (Thailand) to perform with his band.