Massimo Pericolo announces today his new album, “Le cose cambia” out on Friday 1 December via Pluggers/Epic Records/Sony Music Italy.
After the first two albums which elevated him into the firmament of 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 who, flying over the province, shows from his point of view the scenes that influenced him and then immerses himself in lake and get out of it, 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.
“Things change” is a message of hope from Massimo Pericolo for the people who come from the same nothing as him and at the same time it is a statement from the rapper who wants to demonstrate a turning point not only in his life but also in his own artistic vision.
In sixteen new songs Vane tells his story and that of his friends, his people, the magical and complicated places he experiences every day in a unique and extremely lucid way: “Le cose change” is an album dedicated to the province.
Accompanied by an unprecedented team of producers and artists of national importance in featuring, Massimo Pericolo’s third album marks a return with fireworks. Shot from Lake Maggiore naturally, Varese shore.
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. THE
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