Jovanotti

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Jovanotti
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Jovanotti performing in Buenos Aires in September 2013
Background information
Birth nameLorenzo Costantino Cherubini
Also known asJovanotti, Gino Latino, Jeronimo
Born (1966-09-27) 27 September 1966 (age 52)
OriginRome, Italy
GenresPop, Alternative hip hop, house music, world music
OccupationsRecord producer, songwriter
Years active1988–present
LabelsIbiza Records, Free Records Independent, Mercury Records, ATO Records, MapleMusic Recordings (Canada), Verve Records, Universal, Soleluna
Websitesoleluna.com, jova.tv

Lorenzo Cherubini (born 27 September 1966), better known as Jovanotti is an Italian singer-songwriter.

Jovanotti first sang a mix of hip hop, rap and disco. Then he included funk, world music and even classical music and ska. Most of his songs are sung in Italian. He has also made a Spanish language greatest hits album.

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Private life[change | change source]

Cherubini is the third of four brothers.[1] His oldest brother, Umberto was a flying instructor at Touchandgo School until his death in a plane crash on 22 October 2007. After that, Jovanotti composed In orbita and Fango as tribute. The second brother, Bernardo, is a showman.

Jovanotti attended at Liceo Malpighi in Rome where he get a degree in science.

Career[change | change source]

Jovanotti's musical career began in 1988. Jovanotti for President was his first album.

Discography[change | change source]

  • 1988 – Jovanotti for President
  • 1989 – La mia moto
  • 1990 – Giovani Jovanotti
  • 1991 – Una tribù che balla
  • 1992 – Lorenzo 1992
  • 1994 – Lorenzo 1994
  • 1997 – Lorenzo 1997 - L'albero
  • 1999 – Lorenzo 1999 - Capo Horn
  • 2002 – Lorenzo 2002 - Il quinto mondo
  • 2005 – Buon sangue
  • 2008 – Safari
  • 2011 – Ora
  • 2015 – Lorenzo 2015 CC.

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