There will be some rap in Privacy, Sangiovanni’s new album


There will be some rap in Privacy, Sangiovanni’s new album

In a few days Sangiovanni will return to the Ariston stage with the song Finiscimi and has announced the release of his new album.

Privacy will be released on March 1st and there are some clues that suggest that Sangiovanni’s new musical path may be contaminated by rap.

First of all, under the post in which Sangiovanni announced Privacy we note the (non-random) comments of Guè, Ernia and Madame, who could be three features of the album.

But that’s not all: Sangiovanni confirmed that Privacy will be halfway between pop and rap.

A few years ago, during an interview with Sangiovanni, he said that he was a super fan of Guè and that he considered him “Italian culture”, so it would be very interesting to hear a collaboration between the two of them, who come from two completely different worlds.


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