Marco Mengoni, the 2013 Italian representative has just released a video on his official VEVO channel where you can see how the official videoclip of his Eurovision entry L’Essenziale was made.
The making of the official videoclip of L’Essenziale
Last month, RAI, the national Italian broadcaster announced that Marco Mengoni had been selected via an internal selection to represent Italy at the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest in May. Marco Mengoni won the 2013 edititon of the well known Italian Sanremo Song Festival. Marco will be defend his country in Malmoe with his Sanremo winning entry L’Essenziale.
L’Essenziale has been composed and written by Marco Mengoni, Roberto Casalino e Francesco De Benedittis.
Marco Mengoni has been enjoying much exposure and attention in the Italian media and television channels since his Sanremo victory last month. The Italian artist released his latest album on 19 March and is busy touring Italy promoting it and giving concerts as part of his tour. Marco has made headlines all over Italy and major Italian magazines have feautured him on their front covers, thus giving him extensive exposure and coverage.
Marco’s new album contains 15 brand new tracks including Marco’s Sanremo winning entry L’Esssenziale ( Italian Eurovision entry).All the tracks have been produced by Michele Canova and have been recorded in Los Angeles and Milan. # PRONTOACORRERE is also available in a deluxe version (CD + DVD), which includes an exclusive backstage video with images and behind the scene feautures showcasing Marco’s Sanremo 2013 experience.
You can also pre-order the deluxe version (CD + DVD) with an exclusive autographed photo (Shipping by March 29), while on iTunes the album is available in the Special Edition of # PRONTOACORRERE , which includes 15 previously unreleased tracks the standard version and two new tracks: ” My Heart Magnetic “the English version of Non Passerai, and Put The Light On , the English version of Prontoacorrere.
Who is Marco Mengoni?
Marco was born in 1985 in Italy and has been singing since the tender age of 14.Marco Mengoni shot to fame in 2009 when he won the 3rd season of the Italian version of the X Factor. The following year he competed at the 60th Sanremo Song Festival with the song Credimi Ancora, achieving a 3rd placing. He has released a total of 4 albums. In 2010 Marco won the MTV Best Italian Act Award and the MTV Best European Act Award.
Italy debuted at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1956 and was one of the founder members of the contest. The country has won the event 2 times in 1964 and 1990. Italy withdrew from the event in 1998 and returned back in 2011.
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