Artist verifiedMarco Mengoni

Discover Marco Mengoni, the Italian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He's released seven studio albums.

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Marco Mengoni


Who is Marco Mengoni? Marco Mengoni is an Italian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He rose to fame after competing in the third series of the Italian version of X Factor in 2009 and winning. Since then, he has released seven studio albums and has collaborated with many other artists. He has also won multiple awards, including two MTV Awards, three Wind Music Awards, and one World Music Award.Career Highlights Mengoni started his music career in 2009 when he competed in the third edition of the Italian version of X Factor. He won the competition and signed a record deal with Sony Music Italy. His debut single was 'Dove si vola', which was quickly followed by his debut album 'Solo 2.0'. The album was certified triple platinum in Italy. He has since released seven studio albums: 'Parole in Circolo' (2015), 'Atlantico' (2018), 'Ahora' (2019), 'Mengoni Live' (2020), and more. His 2019 single 'Buona Vita' topped the Italian charts, while his 2020 single 'Duemila volte' was certified gold in Italy.Discography Marco Mengoni's discography includes seven studio albums: 'Solo 2.0' (2009), 'Re matto' (2011), '#prontoacorrere' (2013), 'Parole in Circolo' (2015), 'Le cose che non ho' (2017), 'Atlantico' (2018), and 'Ahora' (2019). All seven albums have been certified platinum or higher in Italy. He has also released several hit singles such as 'Buona Vita', 'Ti ho voluto bene veramente', 'Esseri umani', and more.Collaborations Marco Mengoni has collaborated with various artists over the years, including Giusy Ferreri, Tom Walker, J-Ax, Benji & Fede, Arisa, Emma Marrone and many more. He also featured on the 2018 single 'Voglio' by Ultimo. In 2020 he featured on the single 'Trevor Daniel - Falling'.Awards and Nominations Mengoni has won several awards throughout his career, including two MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Italian Act in 2011 and 2014, three Wind Music Awards for Album of the Year for #prontoacorrere (2013) and Parole in Circolo (2015), as well as a World Music Award for World's Best Album for Atlantico (2018). He has been nominated for numerous awards throughout his career.