Martín Ricca was born in the city of La Toma in the Argentine province of San Luis.
In 1998, he arrived in Mexico thanks to the efforts of producer Adrián Poses in order to record his first album entitled Broken Hearts. That same year he participated in the children's telenovela El diario de Daniela along with Daniela Luján.
At the end of the novel and the promotion of her first album Broken Hearts in 1998, from which the singles Broken Hearts and No Me Says were released, Ricca recorded her second production entitled Besos in 1999, achieving great success, and then she joined the cast from the children's telenovela ¡Amigos x siempre! with Belinda.
In 2001, after a time off, he returned with his third production called Martín where he began to leave behind the childish image and assumed a more adolescent image, highlighting his first single, Cupido. That same year, her song Enamorado de Britney Spears had a significant rotation in much of Latin America.
After the tour, Martín Ricca decided to stay in Puerto Rico, releasing a greatest hits album and holding various events. He just returned to Mexico in 2004 at the age of 18 and with a new album entitled, Enamorado, where he also participated for the first time in the composition (with the song Dame un beso). After the release of Enamorado, Martín Ricca signed with the Brazilian label BGK. At the end of 2006 he released his first album on BGK, Que el viento Lle, which is the compilation of his previous album Enamorado along with two unpublished songs and the main theme of the telenovela Cómplices al rescate.
In 2007 he returned to his native country, forming part of the group El resto de Río Cuarto together with Pablo Luna, a former member of Banda XXI and his brothers, 1 releasing his first album in November entitled First Function. Later they released a second album called Urban Party and in 2010 Walter Romero joined as a new member, making his debut with the song You have a crazy mind.