EMIS KILLA releases “Effetto Notte (L’Alba)” the deluxe album with 5 new songs

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“Effetto Notte (L’Alba)” by Emis Killa, the deluxe version of the gold certified album “Effetto Notte” will be released on Friday 24 November (READ THE REVIEW).

“Effetto Notte (L’Alba)” is the evolution of “Effetto Notte”, the album released last May 19th for Epic Records Italy/Sony Music, and will contain 5 new songs with 6 new featuring yet to be revealed. The artist had already intrigued his fans by publishing an unreleased track as the soundtrack to the Mediolanum Forum aftermovie, until the official announcement last night on his social channels.

“Effetto Notte”, an album conceived with the desire to distance itself from projects in search of a chart hit, nevertheless made its way into the hearts of rap’s hard core and the artist’s very loyal fans, debuting at the top of the FIMI album and single charts in its week of release. It contains the singles “On fire (paid on full)”, certified platinum and “Senz’anima (nikita)”, certified gold. As happens with the making of a film, the artist wanted to take time to look within and take a look at her life in the past and present. The autobiographical hints within the album are frequent and profound, in which Emis Killa wanted to photograph her soul and transfer it to music without fear of experimenting with a more intimate approach to rap.

Emis Killa, one of the certainties of Italian rap with over fifteen years of career, is back from his first show at the Mediolanum Forum last October 28th.

The bond that Emis Killa has woven with Milan has always been very strong and essential for his career. From the beginning at the San Babila wall with the freestyle battles to the numerous sold out dates for the tenth anniversary of L’Erba Cattiva in 2022 at the Magazzini Generali, the arrival at the Mediolanum Forum was the culmination of the path that led Emis Killa to be one of the most successful exponents of the Milanese scene as well as of all Italian rap, always without ever taking anything for granted. Accompanied as usual by DJ Tel Aviv, and guests such as Guè, Capo Plaza and Massimo Pericolo, Emis Killa brought to the stage of the Mediolanum Forum a journey through his career, going through the repertoire of the most beloved hits from past and present , which made him one of the certainties of the Italian rap game.



The Mediolanum Forum is not a point of arrival for Emis Killa, the artist will in fact continue with his Club Tour, in which he will bring the celebration of rap to 7 Italian clubs starting from Naples on Tuesday 7 November at the Casa della Musica, then continuing to Rome (Wednesday 8 November at the Orion), in Parma (Saturday 11 November at the Campus Industry Music), in Bari (Friday 17 November at the Demodè in Modugno), Florence (Thursday 23 November at the Tuscany Hall), Brescia (Friday 24 November 2023 at Gran Teatro Morato) and finally in Padua (Saturday 25 November 2023 at the Gran Teatro Geox).

Tuesday 7 November 2023 – Naples @ House of Music
Wednesday 8 November 2023 – Ciampino (RM) @ Orion
Saturday 11 November 2023 – Parma @ Campus Industry Music
Friday 17 November 2023 – Modugno (BA) @ Demodè
Thursday 23 November 2023 – Florence @ Tuscany Hall
Friday 24 November 2023 – Brescia @ Gran Teatro Morato
Saturday 25 November 2023 – Padua @ Gran Teatro Geox

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