Italian rapper Rocco Hunt has dropped a hot new single.
Produced by Yung Snapp, “Tutte ’e Parole” sees the Sanremo Giovane winner return to his rap roots and the Neapolitan dialect that started it all.
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“Everything began with dialect, and maybe that’s why I’ll return to dialect on November 23 with “Tutte ‘e parole,” he said in a recent Instagram post, referencing his 2012 collaboration “O’ mar’e o’sole” with Clementino that helped bring him into the spotlight. “Because I want to give something back, because even when no one noticed me, Campania had already done it!”
Hunt also recently revealed that he started writing “Tutte ’e Parole” while he was on a trip in Cuba. The track, which follows Hunt’s previous single “Fammi scendere,” tells the story of a long distance love where the two protagonists fight because of the distance between them but make up in the end. Watch the lyric video below.