Massimo Pericolo announces the new album “Le Cose Cambiano” out on December 1st


Massimo Pericolo announces the new album “Le Cose Cambiano” out on December 1st

Massimo Pericolo announces today his new album, “Le cose cambia” out on Friday 1 December in digital and physical format via Pluggers/Epic Records/Sony Music Italy.

After the first two albums which established him as one of the best rappers on the Italian rap scene, Massimo Pericolo is ready to return with one of the most anticipated works of the year by the public and critics. The announcement of the new album comes with a video directed by Davide Vicari and written by Massimo Pericolo in which the rapper himself is represented as a dragonfly, which, flying over the province, shows from his point of view the scenes that influenced him and then diving into the lake and coming out, unlike Kafka’s metamorphosis, transformed from an insect to a human being.

However, Massimo Pericolo had already revealed the name of his third album a few days ago with advertising billboards located exclusively in the Italian provinces. Going against the trend of making big announcements in big cities, the rapper from Brebbia has turned his attention away from the metropolis, reserving the preview news for his fans in the province with whom he has always empathized greatly.

The album will be presented on January 13, 2024 at the Mediolanum Forum where Massimo Pericolo will perform for the first time in his career with an unmissable show. Concert tickets are available on the TicketOne circuit


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