Niccolò Fabi

Niccolò Fabi emerged on the Italian music scene with the success of his first single “Dica…” in 1996, which opened the door for him at the 1997 Sanremo Festival, where he won the Critics’ Award in the Newcomers Category with “Capelli.” Shortly thereafter he released his first album “The Gardener,” followed by the single of the same name in 1997.

The following year he returned to the festival with “Leaving One Day in Rome,” followed by the album “Niccolò Fabi.” He recorded with Gazzè the song “Vento d’estate,” winner of the Un disco per l’estate event.

In addition to the aforementioned hits, the album contains “Il male minore,” an Italian cover of Duncan Sheik’s “Barely Breathing,” and a collaboration with Frankie hi-nrg mc on “Immobile.”

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