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We can't get enough of Alessandra Amoroso lately!
Amoroso recently released the video for "Este Amor Lo Vale" ("This Love is Worth It"), the powerful third single from her self-titled Spanish-language debut album, which also features duets with Latin superstars Mario Domm and Diego Torres.
"Este Amor Lo Vale" is the Spanish version of "È vero che vuoi restare," featured on her 2011 live album Cinque passi in più.
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Alessandra Amoroso premiered her new single "Stupendo fino a qui" last night on the talent show Tú sí que vales.
Two years have passed since Amoroso released her last studio album Amore puro. She underwent vocal chord surgery this summer, so the new song comes as a big surprise. Much to the joy of her amazing fan base, dubbed her "Big Family," last night's performance represents her triumphant return to the Italian music scene.
Amoroso also released her self-titled Spanish language album in September, which she has been promoting in South America.
Italian singer Alessandra Amoroso has taken the next big step in her musical career.
The music video for her latest single "Me Siento Sola" was just released yesterday, August 13. The song features Mario Domm of Mexican pop/rock band Camila, who wrote the song for her. It is the second single from her debut album for the Latin market, which is set to release this September.
We love the musical collision of these two artists--one from Italy, one from Mexico. While the song certainly has Domm's stamp on it, it does not fail to fit Amoroso's style perfectly, and even incorporates elements of that Italian sound that we love so much.
Amoroso won the 2009 edition of the Italian talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi. She has already experienced wide success singing in her native language, and understandably so, as her soulful style and rich tone stand out from many of today's international artists. Her six Italian-language albums, which include one live album, have achieved various levels of platinum sales in Italy.
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Alessandra Amoroso, winner of the 2009 edition of Italy's Amici di Maria De Philippi, is the latest Italian singer to crossover into the Spanish language market. Already well established in the Italian market, she has recently released her first Spanish single, "Grito y No Me Escuchas" (Italian version: "Urlo e Non Mi Senti"). She sounds phenomenal singing in both languages, and we're looking forward to hearing more from her.
Check out the video below!