Marco Mengoni Released Eurovision Version Of “Due Vite”!

Marco Mengoni won the Sanremo music festival a few weeks ago, thus gaining the right to represent his country at Eurovision. His Sanremo song, “Due Vite”, was longer than three minutes – maximum length of a Eurovision song. Therefore, he edited his song and today he released the Eurovision of it. The single is composed by Davide Petrella, Davide Simonetta and Marco Mengoni.

Marco Mengoni

Marco Mengoni was born on 25 December 1988, in Viterbo, Italy. He became famous in his country after competing in the Italian version of X-Factor in 2009. At the show, he won and therefore he gained a spot to the 2010 edition of Sanremo. A few days after his victory he released his first EP. In Sanremo, he placed third with the song “Credimi ancora”. Since then he has released a total of five studio albums and more than 20 singles. Many of his songs have not only entered the Italian charts but also topped them. In 2013, he competed again in Sanremo and was selected by Rai to represent his country to Eurovision.

This year, Marco competed in Sanremo with the song “Due Vite” and won the Italian music festival.

What do you think about the song? What do you think about the artist? Write your thoughts in the comments below!


One Comment Add yours

  1. Vibeke R says:

    Masterpiece❤️ The lyrics, the voice… 12 points🥰


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