Luis Fonsi, Alessia Cara Guest On New Eros Ramazzotti Album ‘Vita ce n’è’

The singer’s new album is due for release through Polydor on 23 November and will be available in Spanish and Italian editions.

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Luis Fonsi Eros Ramazzotti Album
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‘Despacito’ hitmaker Luis Fonsi and the Grammy-winning Canadian superstar Alessia Cara are among the superstar artists set to appear on Eros Ramazzotti’s new studio album Vita ce n’è, which is due for release through Polydor on 23 November in multiple formats including CD, deluxe CD and 2LP. The record will be available in Italian and Spanish language editions.

Vita ce n’è (which translates as ‘There Is Life’) features 15 tracks in all. Cara duets with Eros Ramazzotti on one of the new album’s key tracks ‘Vale Per Sempre’, while Fonsi appears on ‘Per Le Strada Una Canzone’. This new collaboration gives further prestige to Eros Ramazotti’s plethora of international collaborations which already includes many amazing artists such as Andrea Bocelli, Luciano Pavarotti, Tina Turner, Cher, Patsy Kensit, Anastacia, Ricky Martin, Nicole Scherzinger and Joe Cocker just to name a few.

Born in Rome, Eros Ramazzotti has sold over 60 million records in his 30-year career. The singer first gained international success in 1993, with the release of Tutte storie (All Stories) which amassed five million album sales and occupied the top five in every country where he had previously released albums.

Ramazzotti signed with Universal Music in time for his 12th studio album, 2012’s Noi, which yielded multi-platinum sales in his native Italy and a gold disc in Germany. His new album is the much-anticipated follow-up to 2015’s Perfetto.

In addition to his new album, Eros Ramazzotti has announced a world tour for 2019. The tour will kick off at the Olympiahalle Munich on 17 February and will take the singer across the 5 continents into some of the most magnificent arenas including the Accorshotel Arena in Paris and the Vienna Stadthalle, in addition to four nights at the Mediolanum in Milan (5 – 9 March) and London’s Eventim Apollo on 5 April.  For tickets and further information, visit the artist’s website.

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  1. Barbara volker

    November 14, 2018 at 6:40 pm

    I wish he comes to cape town, south africa

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