Tiziano Ferro - Italian Music
Let your heart strings vibrate to the passionate lyrics of Tiziano Ferro. This pop sensation has won international success as Italy’s most romantic singer.
Not even a library of scandals could dislodge Tiziano Ferro from his fans’ hearts. With smash hits such as “Xdono (Perdono)”, “Rosso Relativo”, “Tardes Negras”, he has broken records across Italy, Spain and Latin America.
His undeniable charm has carried his music to new audiences in both the Latin American and Anglo American worlds. After working on a hit single with Anahi and Dulce María, from the famous Mexican pop band RBD, Ferro recorded with the American singer Kelly Rowland in 2009, and the year after with the American sensation Mary J. Bille.
In 2011, after releasing four studio albums, multiple award-winner Tiziano Ferro returned to the spotlight with his newest hit album L'amore è una cosa semplice. Eurochannel invites you to experience Ferro for yourself: Let the music take you away.
Tiziano Ferro (born born February 21, 1980 in Latina, Italy) is an Italian pop singer and songwriter who became involved in music while attending a local conservatory. He diligently studied guitar, piano and singing, becoming a triple threat to the musical world.
At the age of 16, he joined a gospel chorus, discovering his passion for Afro-American music. In 1998, Tiziano Ferro began working along with producers Alberto Salerno and Mara Majonchi, composing his first songs. Three years later, EMI Italy released his debut album, called Rosso Relativo, featuring the smashing hit single “Xdono.”
• In 1999 Ferro toured throughout Italy as a back vocalist with the Italian hip hop band Sottotono.