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Jovanotti

Jovanotti was arguably the most important figure to emerge in Italian pop music since the late '80s. Whereas only a chosen few could match him in terms of achievements and popularity (Ligabue) or domestic record sales (Laura Pausini, Eros Ramazzotti), these have typically worked within fairly canonical genres (rock music, conventional romantic fare), while Jovanotti could also be credited for almost single-handedly introducing rap, funk, and (later in his career) different strands of world music to Italian mainstream audiences. In addition to his seminal, pioneering role in contemporary Italian pop music, few contemporary songwriters can legitimately claim as many entries into the Great Italian Songbook as Jovanotti, who has been steadily penning some of the most beloved Italian songs of the last two decades. Most noteworthy of all, before at least the release of his third or fourth album, the very notion of Jovanotti one day securing a place among the truly great Italian songwriters would have sent virtually everyone -- Jovanotti's many fans included -- into fits of laughter, for his early records were little more than juvenile fodder. Jovanotti's career has been a remarkable tale of artistic growth, of a willingness to improve and transcend boundaries in spite of prejudice or criticism, all the while continuing to make highly entertaining pop music, rather than becoming pompous or abstruse -- like, say, Lucio Battisti. Jovanotti's refreshing, down-to-earth candor has also translated well into his public image, enhanced by his literary excursions, his noted humanitarian work, and his political activism, and has earned him the respect and the affection of the entire Italian music scene and audience, from hardcore rappers (true, more and more begrudgingly, as Jovanotti's mainstream profile rose) to the Sanremo crowd.

Born Lorenzo Cherubini on September 17, 1966 in Rome, Jovanotti spent a considerable amount of time growing up in Cortona, his family hometown in the province of Arezzo, where many years later he would eventually relocate to lead a quiet life with his wife and daughter. Jovanotti caught the music bug from an early age, and while still in his teens began to make a name for himself as a DJ of dance and hip-hop music (the latter a rarity in Italy at the time). Jovanotti's DJ career swiftly blossomed, from local radio in Cortona to discos in Rome and Sardinia. In 1987, the 19-year-old Jovanotti got his first major break when renowned producer and media entrepreneur Claudio Cecchetto asked him to move to Milan and become a fixture of Radio DeeJay. Incidentally, he initially intended to call himself Joe Vanotti; the moniker Jovanotti (which sounds like "giovanotti," Italian for "young people") was the product of a lucky printing mistake on a promo ad.

From this point, things started to happen very quickly for the young DJ infatuated with American rap. A few novelty singles revolving around rap and discos met with unexpected success, leading to the release of Jovanotti's first long-player, Jovanotti for President, in 1988. A hodgepodge of derivative, thin-sounding dance tracks, rap quotations, and enthusiastic calls in broken English, the record was derided by critics but caused quite a stir on the Italian charts, with both "Gimme Five" and "E Qui la Festa?" (not included on the album) reaching the top spot. Jovanotti's meteoric success was compounded with his next single, "La Mia Moto," from the 1989 album of the same name, which he was even asked to perform at the Sanremo Festival. Suddenly, Jovanotti was a star and he was everywhere. He published an instant book, the merrymaking manifesto Yo, Brothers and Sisters; became the first Italian veejay on MTV; and hosted his own TV show, inviting rap giants such as Public Enemy and Run-D.M.C. to Italy for the first time. His first compilation, Jovanotti Special, appeared during the same year, collecting non-album singles and a flurry of recordings released under different names, such as the Indian and Gino Latino. In the media, he became the epitome of unthinking, self-indulgent youth whose only concern was to find out where to find the next party. For all of his rap posturing, however, Jovanotti was never perceived as threatening (perhaps due to his rakish good looks?), but rather as a silly fad, not so much a character out of the Beastie Boys' "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party!)" than the male equivalent of Cyndi Lauper's protagonist in "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun."

Predictably, Jovanotti was deemed a has-been almost as quickly as he had become a star. His third album, 1990's Giovani Jovanotti, was by far his most ambitious to date, boasting a big production and renowned international guests (Billy Preston, Keith Emerson), but most importantly, the first serious attempts to grow out of the apparently incurable puerility of his early work. A combination of initial overexposure and then an absence from the media due to military service did not help matters and the album flopped, even if it included "Gente Della Notte," the first truly great Jovanotti song, and "Ciao Mamma," easily the best of his party tracks. Undaunted, Jovanotti decided to stay on the road to maturity for his next album, 1991's Una Tribù Che Balla, in which he finally managed to make his raps, such as the title track and "Libera l'Anima," sound positively defiant rather than airheaded, while numbers such as "Muoviti Muoviti" hinted at a hitherto unsuspected social and political conscience. Also key was the introduction of bassist Saturnino Celani, who would become Jovanotti's right-hand man for the duration, and together with the singer and guitarist Michele Centonze would gel into a formidable songwriting unit.

If Una Tribù Che Balla returned Jovanotti to the charts and raised a few eyebrows, his next two records forced an entire nation to suspend all former notions about his persona and for the first time begin to take his music very seriously indeed. As if to stress his newfound artistic identity, Jovanotti decided to start designating his albums with his real name, Lorenzo. At this point, Jovanotti had also consolidated around him a tight crew of musicians capable of laying out some serious grooves for his sharper-by-the-day wordplay to shine through, either in the shape of intelligent, sensitive love songs or provocative, insightful agit-pop/rap. The classics began to pile up.

Lorenzo 1992 introduced the timeless joy of "Ragazzo Fortunato" and the lovely "Chissà Se Stai Dormendo," while the blockbuster Lorenzo 1994 brought "Penso Positivo," "Piove," and, most of all, the stunning encapsulation of modern romance of "Serenata Rap." The song deservedly became a monster hit in Italy, and its accompanying video became one of the year's most played by MTV Latin America and MTV Europe, giving Jovanotti his first taste of significant international exposure. Accordingly, his tours grew bigger and more prestigious, and he also began to command the respect of his peers, as demonstrated by a 1992 joint Italian tour with Luca Carboni, a 1993 collaboration with Gianna Nannini for her hit single "Radio Baccano," and a 1994 European tour with Pino Daniele and Eros Ramazzotti. Lorenzo 1994 was also the first album released through Jovanotti's own label, Soleluna, which soon morphed into a multimedia outlet for all Jovanotti and friends-related artistic or humanitarian endeavors. The superb compilation Lorenzo 1990-1995 (revealingly omitting any tracks from his first two albums) closed the book on this second phase of Jovanotti's career, and in its two new tracks, "L'Ombelico del Mondo" and "Marco Polo," pointed at more changes to come.

Partly recorded in South Africa, Lorenzo 1997: L'Albero unequivocally signaled Jovanotti's conversion into a global citizen. After spending most of the past two years traveling all over the world, and in particular Cuba, South America, Africa, the Middle East, and India, Jovanotti attempted to put his experiences into use and give his sound and ideas a world music makeover. The album's standout single, "Bella," a singalong to end all singalongs and a serious contender for best Jovanotti song ever, also showed that, for all of the new influences, his pop instincts remained as flawless as usual. A book recounting his travels, Il Grande Boh!, met with favorable reviews and excellent sales. More concise than the ambitious sprawl of L'Albero, Lorenzo 1999: Capo Horn contained the strongest set of pop songs of any Jovanotti album, including three unassailable singles: the to-die-for lullaby for his first baby girl "Per Te," the gorgeous "Stella Cometa," and the blissfully effervescent "Un Raggio di Sole."

Perhaps his sunniest, most joyful work, Capo Horn became another phenomenal success, but it was also the last record to feature Michele Centonze, whose instrumental, and specially compositional, input would be undeniably missed in the future. Also in 1999, Jovanotti joined rock stars Ligabue and Piero Pelù for the antiwar charity single "Il Mio Nome è Mai Più," with all profits going to the Italian ONG Emergency. Boasting a video directed by Oscar winner Gabriele Salvatores, it became the biggest-selling single of the year. Jovanotti continued his increasingly high-profile political activism with the controversial singles "Cancella il Debito," presented at Sanremo, and "Salvami," the leading track from Lorenzo 2002: Il Quinto Mondo. The album showcased Jovanotti's affinity for Latin American music, and also expanded his sound to incorporate a 17-member small orchestra.

After 2002, Jovanotti's musical career relented somewhat, busy as he was with a growing number of disparate interests, which included more books, painting, some film roles, Soleluna projects, humanitarian work, and, most of all, his new family. Firmly established as one of the biggest Italian stars of his time, his input as author, contributor, or guest was much sought after by just about every charity cause, journalist, or hit-seeking colleague from across the musical spectrum (Adriano Celentano, Gianni Morandi, Claudio Baglioni, Giorgia, J-Ax, Cesare Cremonini, 883, Jarabe de Palo, Ron, Pino Daniele, Planet Funk, Laura Pausini, Zucchero, Negramaro). His albums -- no longer preceded by "Lorenzo" -- became more few and far between, often alternating with live CD and DVD releases and all sorts of special editions, and were eminently polished affairs rather than new adventures, but his popularity never suffered. In fact, 2008's Safari, led by the title track (winner of the prestigious Mogol songwriting award) and the piano ballad "Per Te," and featuring international guests Ben Harper, Sly & Robbie, Sergio Mendes, and Michael Franti, became one of his biggest sellers, and was even chosen as Best Italian Album of the 2000s in a 2011 poll conducted by Rockol and Fnac.

The 2009 U.S.-only live release Oyeah, documenting a few New York gigs, seemed to reinvigorate his creative drive, in stellar form on the 2010 single "Baciami Ancora" for the Gabriele Muccino film of the same name, and on the sparkling, electronica-tinged Ora (2011). A 2012 compilation especially designed for the U.S. market with producer Ian Brennan offered intriguing reworkings of his recent material. His 13th studio album, Lorenzo 2015 CC., was released in February 2015, expanding on the electronic influences of Ora and including a collaboration with Manu Dibango. ~ Mariano Prunes
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Selected Discography

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Track List: E Non Hai Visto Ancora Niente

1. E Non Hai Visto Ancora Niente

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Track List: Lorenzo 2015 CC. - Live 2184

Disc 1

1. L'Alba

2. Sabato

3. Tutto Acceso

4. Musica (feat. Manu Dibango)

5. Le Storie Vere

6. Ragazza Magica

7. L'Estate Addosso

8. Gli Immortali

9. Pieno Di Vita

10. Il Mondo E' Tuo (Stasera)

11. E' La Scienza, Bellezza!

12. L'Astronauta

13. Libera

14. Il Cielo Immenso

15. Caravan Story

16. Con Uno Sguardo

17. Perchè Tu Ci Sei

18. Insieme

19. Melagioco (feat. Antibalas)

20. Il Vento Degli Innamorati

21. Un Bene Dell'Anima

22. Si Alza Il Vento (feat. Bombino)

23. Una Scintilla

24. E Non Hai Visto Ancora Niente

25. La Bohème

26. All The People (feat. Sinkane)

27. Fondamentale

28. Il Riparo

29. Gravity

30. 7 Miliardi

Disc 2

1. Penso Positivo (Live @ San Siro 2015)

2. Tutto Acceso (Live @ San Siro 2015)

3. Attaccami La Spina (Live @ San Siro 2015)

4. L'Alba (Live @ San Siro 2015)

5. Una Scintilla (Live @ San Siro 2015)

6. Sabato (Live @ San Siro 2015)

7. Il Più Grande Spettacolo Dopo Il Big Bang (Live @ San Siro 2015)

8. Bella (Live @ San Siro 2015)

9. Stella Cometa (Live @ San Siro 2015)

10. Ora (Live @ San Siro 2015)

11. Fango (Live @ San Siro 2015)

12. Il Mondo E' Tuo (Stasera) (Live @ San Siro 2015)

13. Non M'annoio / Falla Girare / (Tanto)3 / Muoviti Muoviti (Live @ San Siro 2015)

14. L'Ombelico Del Mondo (Live @ San Siro 2015)

15. Musica (Live @ San Siro 2015)

16. L'Estate Addosso (Live @ San Siro 2015)

17. Estate (Live @ San Siro 2015)

18. Le Tasche Piene Di Sassi (Live @ San Siro 2015)

19. L'Astronauta (Live @ San Siro 2015)

20. Serenata Rap (Live @ San Siro 2015)

21. Come Musica (Live @ San Siro 2015)

22. Tutto L'Amore Che Ho (Live @ San Siro 2015)

23. La Notte Dei Desideri (Live @ San Siro 2015)

24. Tensione Evolutiva (Live @ San Siro 2015)

25. Mezzogiorno (Live @ San Siro 2015)

26. Ragazzo Fortunato (Live @ San Siro 2015)

27. A Te (Live @ San Siro 2015)

28. Gli Immortali (Live @ San Siro 2015)

29. Ti Porto Via Con Me (Live @ San Siro 2015)

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Track List: L'Estate Addosso Turbo Remix

1. L'Estate Addosso (Federico Scavo Remix / Radio Edit)

2. L'Estate Addosso (Don Joe & Jason Rooney Remix)

3. L'Estate Addosso (The Young Professionals Remix)

4. L'Estate Addosso (Angelino & Jacob Remix)

5. L'Estate Addosso (KeeJay Freak RMX)

6. L'Estate Addosso (Jaselli Rework)

7. L'Estate Addosso (Remix By Giovani Leoni)

8. L'Estate Addosso (Weero Remix)

9. L'Estate Addosso (Federico Scavo Remix / Extended)

10. L'Estate Addosso (Federico Scavo Remix / Dub)

11. L'Estate Addosso (KeeJay Freak Extended Remix)

12. L'Estate Addosso (Angelino & Jacob Extended Remix)

13. L'Estate Addosso (Angelino & Jacob Dub Remix)

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Track List: Lorenzo 2015 CC.

1. L'Alba

2. Sabato

3. Tutto Acceso

4. Musica (Feat. Manu Dibango)

5. Le Storie Vere

6. Ragazza Magica

7. L'Estate Addosso

8. Gli Immortali

9. Pieno Di Vita

10. Il Mondo E' Tuo (Stasera)

11. E' La Scienza, Bellezza!

12. L'Astronauta

13. Libera

14. Il Cielo Immenso

15. Caravan Story

16. Con Uno Sguardo

17. Perchè Tu Ci Sei

18. Insieme

19. Melagioco (Feat. Antibalas)

20. Il Vento Degli Innamorati

21. Un Bene Dell'Anima

22. Si Alza Il Vento (Feat. Bombino)

23. Una Scintilla

24. E Non Hai Visto Ancora Niente

25. La Bohème

26. All The People (Feat. Sinkane)

27. Fondamentale

28. Il Riparo

29. Gravity

30. 7 Miliardi

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Track List: Sabatomania

1. Sabato (Ralf Bellaciao And Gianluca Petrella Remix)

2. Sabato (Salmo Remix)

3. Sabato (Nu Disco Remix By Dionigi & Baldelli)

4. Sabato (Aquadrop Remix)

5. Sabato (Molella Vs Menegatti & Fatrix Rmx)

6. Sabato (Andro Remix)

7. Sabato (Sabatosera Rmx By Jonny Groove)

8. Sabato (The ReLOUD Remix)

9. Sabato (Andrea Oliva Sabato Remix)

10. Sabato (Da Leoni Remix By Giovani Leoni)

11. Sabato (Musique Boutique Smooth Funk Rmx)

12. Sabato (Bengi Jumping - Happy Rmx)

13. Sabato (GliSplendidi Jovanotti Tribute Wild West Remix Frank Lannocca Production)

14. Sabato (Appennino Dub Mix By Leo Fresco)

15. Sabato (Cosmic Trip Remix By Baldelli & Dionigi)

16. Sabato (Alvino Remix)

17. Sabato (Golden Trash Remix)

18. Sabato (Takagi & Ketra Remix)

19. Sabato (Mattway Remix)

20. Sabato (Remix By T.N.P.)

21. Sabato (Stiv RemiXXX)

22. Sabato (Keejay Freak Remix Extended)

23. Sabato (Lorenzo Confaloni Electro Remix)

24. Sabato (Justem Remix)

25. Sabato (Default Corporation By Riccardo Gallio)

26. Sabato (Efunk Remix)

27. Sabato (Gabriele Lo Bianco Remix)

28. Sabato (DJ Benny C. Remix)

29. Sabato (Bollywood Rmx By Stefano D'Angelo)

30. Sabato (Anomalo By I Randomanti)

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Track List: Sabato

1. Sabato

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Track List: Backup 1987 - 2012

1. Ti Porto Via Con Me

2. (Tanto)3

3. Mi Fido Di Te

4. Per Me

5. Una Storia D'Amore (Radio Version)

6. Fango (Feat. Ben Harper)

7. Mezzogiorno

8. Safari (Feat. Giuliano Sangiorgi)

9. A Te

10. Dove Ho Visto Te

11. Punto (Feat. Sergio Mendes)

12. Come Musica

13. Baciami Ancora

14. Tutto L'Amore Che Ho

15. Le Tasche Piene Di Sassi

16. Il Più Grande Spettacolo Dopo Il Big Bang

17. La Notte Dei Desideri

18. Ora (New Version)

19. Quando Sarò Vecchio

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Track List: Backup 1987 - 2012 (2012 Remastered Version)

1. Terra Degli Uomini

2. Penso Positivo (Remastered 2012)

3. Io Ti Cerchero (Remastered 2012)

4. Soleluna (Remastered 2012)

5. Dammi Spazio (Remastered 2012)

6. L'Ombelico Del Mondo (Remastered 2012)

7. Bella (Remastered 2012)

8. Questa E' La Mia Casa (Remastered 2012)

9. Per La Vita Che Verrà (Remastered 2012)

10. Luna Di Citta D'Agosto (Remastered 2012)

11. Per Te (Remastered 2012)

12. Stella Cometa (Remastered 2012)

13. Un Raggio Di Sole (Remastered 2012)

14. Salvami (Remastered 2012)

15. Ti Sposero (Remastered 2012)

16. Moriro D'Amore (Remastered 2012)

17. 30 Modi Per Salvare Il Mondo (Remastered 2012)

18. Estate

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Track List: Italia (1988-2012)

1. Con La Luce Negli Occhi

2. Sulla Frontiera (Remix)

3. New York For Life

4. Mi Fido Di Te

5. Penelope

6. La Porta E Aperta (Acoustic)

7. Salvame (Spanish Version)

8. Piove

9. Il Piu Grande Spettacolo Dopo Il Big Bang (Remix)

10. Scappa Con Me (Remix)

11. Mezzogiorno (Acoustic)

12. Una Storia D'amore

13. La Linea D'ombra

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Track List: Ora (Deluxe Version)

Disc 1

1. Megamix

2. Tutto L'Amore Che Ho

3. Le Tasche Piene Di Sassi

4. Amami

5. Ora

6. Il Più Grande Spettacolo Dopo Il Big Bang

7. L'elemento Umano

9. Battiti Di Ali Di Farfalla (Feat. Michael Franti)

10. Io Danzo

11. La Notte Dei Desideri

12. Quando Sarò Vecchio

13. Un'Illusione

14. La Porta E' Aperta

15. Rosso D'Emozione

Disc 2

1. Spingo Il Tempo Al Massimo

2. I Pesci Grossi (Feat. Cesare Cremonini)

3. Kebrillah

4. La Festa Infinita

5. Sulla Frontiera

6. Dabadabadance

7. La Medicina

9. Go!!!!!!!

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Track List: Ora (Deluxe Bonus Track Version)

1. Megamix

2. Spingo Il Tempo Al Massimo

3. Tutto L'amore Che Ho

5. Le Tasche Piene Di Sassi

6. Kebrillah

7. Amami

8. La Festa Infinita

9. Ora

10. Sulla Frontiera

12. Dabadabadance

13. L'elemento Umano

14. La Medicina

16. Sul Lungomare Del Mondo

18. Go!!!!!!!

19. Io Danzo

21. La Notte Dei Desideri

24. Un'illusione

25. La Porta E' Aperta

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Track List: Safari

1. Fango (Feat. Ben Harper)

2. Mezzogiorno

3. A Te

4. Dove Ho Visto Te

5. In Orbita

6. Safari (Feat. Giuliano Sangiorgi)

7. Temporale (Feat. Sly & Robbie)

8. Come Musica

9. Innamorato

10. Punto (Feat. Sergio Mendes)

11. Antidolorificomagnifico

12. Mani Libere 2008 (Feat. Michael Franti)

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Track List: Buon Sangue 2005

1. (Tanto)3

2. Mi Fido Di Te

3. Per Me

4. Falla Girare

5. Un Buco Nella Tasca

6. Mani In Alto

7. Penelope

8. "Una Storia D'amore"

9. La Valigia

10. La Voglia Di Libertá

11. Coraggio

12. Bruto

13. Mi Disordino

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Track List: Jovanotti For President

1. Go Jovanotti Go

2. Party President

3. Funklab

4. Gimme Five

5. I Need You

6. Jovanotti Sound

7. The Rappers

8. Ragamuffin

9. Mix

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Track List: Lorenzo 2002 * El Quinto Mundo

1. Sálvame

2. Un Hombre

3. Arbol De Manzanas

4. Me Casaría

5. Moriré De Amor

6. La Vita Vale

7. Nosotros

8. Salado Parte Uno

9. Salato Parte Due

10. Canzone D'Amore Esagerata

11. (Storia Di Un) Corazon (Feat. Jarabe De Palo)

12. Il Quinto Mondo

13. Date Al Diavolo Un Bimbo Per Cena

14. 30 Modi Per Salvare Il Mondo

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Track List: Lorenzo 1999 - Capo Horn

1. Per Te

2. Il Resto Va Da Se'

3. Dolce Fare Niente

4. La Vita Nell'Era Spaziale

5. Stella Cometa

6. Un Giorno Di Sole

7. Un Raggio Di Sole

8. Funky Beat-O

9. Capo Horn

10. Dal Basso (Feat. Michael Franti)

11. Non E' Ancora Finita

12. Non C'E' Liberta

13. Tutto Puo' Succedere

14. Buon Anno

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Track List: Lorenzo 1997: L'Albero

1. Intro

2. Bella

3. Linea D'Ombra

4. Questa E' La Mia Casa

5. Umano

6. Il Muratore

7. Canzone Piccola

8. Il Re

9. Per La Vita Che Verra'

10. L'Albero

11. Occhio Non Vede Cuore Non Duole

12. Ueikap

13. Luna Di Citta' D'Agosto

14. Il Fiore Del 2000

15. Big Bang (Parte 1 - Parole)

16. Big Bang (Parte 2 - Pensieri)

17. La Ritmica

18. Il Tamburo

19. La Pace

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Track List: Lorenzo - Raccolta

1. L'Ombelico Del Mondo

2. Ragazzo Fortunato

3. Muoviti Muoviti

4. Chissa'Se Stai Dormendo

5. Una Tribu' Che Balla

6. Non M'Annoio

7. Libera L'Anima

8. Quando Sarai Lontana

9. Gente Della Notte

10. Ciao Mamma

11. Io No

12. Io Ti Cerchero

13. Serenata Rap

15. Penso Positivo

16. Marco Polo

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Track List: Lorenzo 1994

1. Attaccami La Spina

2. Serenata Rap

3. Penso Positivo

4. I Giovani

5. Si Va Via

6. Piove

7. Voglio Di +

8. Io Ti Cerchero

9. Il Ballerino

10. India

11. Parola

12. Soleluna

13. Dammi Spazio

14. Barabba

15. Dobbiamoinventarciqualcosa

16. Il Futuro Del Mondo

17. Mario

18. Viene Sera

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Track List: Una Tribu' Che Balla

1. Intro

2. Muoviti Muoviti

3. Radio Rap

4. Abbasso I Lenti

5. Libera L'Anima

6. Buongiorno

7. Grinta

8. Una Tribu' Che Balla

9. Cosa Dovrei Fare

10. One Nation

11. Geghejazz

12. E' Sempre La Stessa Canzone Che Va

13. Quando Sarai Lontana

14. La Strada

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Track List: Giovani Jovanotti

1. Gente Della Notte

2. I Numeri

3. C'E' Bisogno Di Te

4. Giovane Sempre

5. Ciao Mamma

6. Diritti E Doveri

7. Sceriffo E Bandito

8. Volo

9. Only You

10. Never Let Me Go

11. Saluti A Chi (I Crediti)

12. Theme From Cowboy

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Track List: La Mia Moto

1. Vai Cosi'

2. La Mio Moto (Live)

3. Bella Storia

4. Cowboy

5. Scappa Con Me

6. Vasco

7. Il Capo Della Banda (1a Parte)

8. Spacchiamoci Le Orecchie

9. Stasera Voglio Fare Una Festa

10. Ci Provo Gusto (E Il Basso Pompa)

11. Ci Si Skiaccia

12. Il Capo Della Banda

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taurus705
Best artist (for music) in the world. Has a big mind. Songs are a amazing.
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whitney840
Anch'io l'ho visto a Detroit, sjg21
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whitney840
Lorenzo e' un amore!
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Fango Mi piace!
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The best Italian artist right now.
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sjg21
just saw him last night in DETROIT! Great Show!!
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ap49
He just won album of the decade in Italy (Safari).
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Un vero artista con musica relevante e di buon sentito. Jovanotti ed uno di quelli faranno storia per molto tempo dopo il suo tempo. Benedizioni, Lorenzo!!
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A talented performer, exuberant, funky, funny with a social concience

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