Italian gold-selling pop star Osvaldo Supino has had three albums and eight singles on the iTunes Top 10 chart, has been the recipient of a UNICEF award, and holds the record as the first Italian ever to be nominated three times at the BT Digital Music Awards in the UK.
Now the singer, who recently became the first Italian male artist to perform at Miami Beach Gay Pride, is back with his latest single and music video "Fire." Rhythmic and sensual with an electro-dance-pop vibe, the track is perfect for both the club and the radio and overflows with electric energy as well as Supino's signature magnetic intensity. "'Fire' is the passion that I need to find in all the aspects of my life," Supino said about the song. "It's something I can't live without."
Co-written with Miley Cyrus producer Charlie Mason and English songwriter David Volpe, "Fire" is the second single to be released from Supino's new album Resolution, which was inspired by the PULSE nightclub shooting and includes collaboration with Tempo Stokes (Jennifer Lopez), Trey Vittoe (Selena Gomez), and the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.
Watch the official music video for "Fire", directed by Italian artist Mirko Landi and Pietro Barba, below.