Ermal Meta e Fabrizio Moro will represent Italy in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest with the song 'Non Mi Avete Fatto Niente'.
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About Ermal Meta
Ermal Meta is one of the most successful writers of the last decade in Italy with eight platinum records and seven gold in the last five years alone. In 2016 seven of his songs were amongst the most played tracks on radio including Odio Le Favole and A Parte Te, both of which feature on his debut album Umano. The videos of these singles have also received millions of views online.
In 2017 Ermal participated in Sanremo where he received the Mia Martini Critics Award and the Best Cover Award (for the song Amara Terra Mia by Domenico Modugno). In April, he began his Vietato Morire Tour which saw him perform nearly 80 sold-out concerts, winning Rai Radio Live’s Best Tour Award in October 2017. Despite the long tour, Ermal Meta has distinguished himself as an enlightened judge of popular talent show Amici. He also won the MTV’s Best New Artist Music Award followed by the Best Italian Act at the MTV European Music Awards.
Ermal Meta has also been one of great main characters of the Wind Music Awards and thanks to over 46,000,000 views for Vietato Morire, has won also the Video Indie Music Like of MEI. Ermal was also the headliner of HitWeek, the most important Italian music festival in the world and has also performed in Canada and the United States.
In 2018 Ermal returned to the Sanremo Festival teaming up with Fabrizio Moro and the song Non Mi Avete Fatto Niente. The duo won the competition and will represent Italy in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest. Non Mi Avete Fatto Niente was written by Ermal and Fabrizio alongside Andrea Febo.
About Fabrizio Moro
Fabrizio Moro was born in the San Basilio district of Rome in 1975 and began writing and arranging his first songs as a teenager. He studied at Rome’s Roberto Rossellini Film and Television Institute, teaching himself to play the guitar.
Fabrizio’s first success came in 2007 when he competed in the the 57th edition of the Sanremo Festival with his song Pensa, which garnered him first place in the Emerging Artist Category as well as the Mia Martini Critics Award. In March 2007, to coincide with the Festival, he released Pensa, his third album which immediately went gold.
In 2008, the Sanremo Festival once again brought Fabrizio Moro public and critical acclaim, with the song Eppure mi hai cambiato la vita, taking third place in the section reserved for top artists. In February 2008, coinciding with the Festival, he released his fourth album, Domani, which brought another gold record in just a few months.
In June 2009 Fabrizio released Barabba, the first EP of a project that was completed during the 2010 Sanremo Festival with a second piece, Ancora Barabba. Fabrizio toured non-stop around Italy while writing songs like Sono solo parole, which earned singer Noemi third place in the Top Artists Category of the 2012 Sanremo Festival. The song was a huge success and from that moment on, Fabrizio Moro has divided his time between composing and singing his own songs, and writing for many other artists.
In April 2013 Fabrizio released his sixth album L’inizio which he promoted during his L’inizio Tour of more than 40 concerts. In 2015 he took to the studio once again to produce and record his seventh album, Via delle Girandole 10.
In 2017 Fabrizio returned to Sanremo with Portami Via, winning the Menzione Premio Lunezia for the best lyrics in the Top Artists Category and went on to become a certified double platinum success. After Sanremo he released his eighth album, Pace, through Sony Music Italy after which he launched his sold-out Pace Live Tour.
In addition to representing Italy at the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest, Fabrizio will perform at Rome’s Olympic Stadium in June.