Emma Marrone

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Emma Marrone
Emma Marrone, ESC2014 Meet & Greet 10 (crop).jpg
During a meeting with international press in Copenhagen (2014)
Background information
Birth name Emmanuela Marrone
Also known as Emma
Born (1984-05-25) 25 May 1984 (age 35)
Florence, Italy
Origin Aradeo, Italy
Genres Pop[1][2]
Pop rock[3][4]
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals
Acoustic guitar[5][6][7]
Classical guitar[8]
Years active 2003–present
Labels Universal Music
(2003–2006)
Dracma Records
(2007–2009)
Universal Music
(2010–present)
Associated acts Karadreon
(1993–2009)
Lucky Star
(2003–2006)
M.j.u.r.
(2007–2009)
Anonimo Soul
(2007–2009)
H2O
(2009)
Website Official website

Emmanuela "Emma" Marrone (pronounced [ˈɛmma marˈroːne]; born 25 May 1984), known professionally as Emma, is an Italian pop singer.

After working with several bands, she won the Italian talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi in March 2010, and signed a contract with record label Universal Music. On 18 February 2012, she won the Sanremo Music Festival 2012 with her song "Non è l'inferno". She has released 6 solo studio albums, 1 extended play and 28 singles. In 2013 and 2015, Marrone was selected as the artistic director of one of the teams in Amici di Maria De Filippi. She represented Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark with the song "La mia città", finishing 21st.

Biography

1984-2002: Early life and musical beginnings

Born in Florence, she spent her early childhood in Sesto Fiorentino. At the age of four, she moved with her family to Aradeo in the province of Lecce, from where her parents originally came.[9] She acquired her passion for music from her father Rosario, who was a guitarist in a band from Aradeo called "Karadreon", which was formed when Marrone was about 10 years old, and which performed in festivals and clubs. She was in a band called H2O (always the Father).[10][11] She graduated from classical high school, writing a thesis on music.[12] She worked in a warehouse and was a saleswoman for three years.[13][14]

2003-2009: TV experience on Superstar Tour and performing with Lucky Star, Mjur and Anonimo Soul

Marrone started her professional musical career in 2003, when she took part in the second Italian edition of Popstars (later renamed Superstar Tour); she won the talent show, and along with Laura Pisu and Colomba Pane formed Lucky Star. The group released a successful single in 2003 called "Stile", on the Universal label. In 2006 the group recorded the soundtrack of the cartoon W.I.T.C.H. and released a dance-pop album, called LS3.[15][16] The band then broke up.

In 2007, she formed another alternative rock group, M.J.U.R. (which stands for "Mad Jesters Until Rave").[17][18] The group won a contract with Dracma Records, recorded an album between August and September 2007, and released the album Mjur in January 2008, with ten tracks written and composed by its members.

Between 2007 and 2009, she was in the band Anonimo Soul with her uncle Emidio Marrone, performing soul and funk.[19][20] Until 2009 she also played with H20, a band in which her father Rosario Marrone was a member.

2009-2010: Amici, first solo record Oltre and rise to success

In 2009, she took part in another talent show for Canale 5, Amici di Maria De Filippi, and won this competition.

In March 2010, through Universal Music she released her first EP, Oltre, which was very successful in Italy, peaking at number one for two weeks on the Italian Albums Chart.[21] In the same month, her first single was released, "Calore", which peaked at number one for two weeks and was certified platinum.[22]

The EP was certified triple platinum for its sales in Italy and was the second best-selling album of 2010 in Italy.[23][24] In Switzerland it peaked at number 85.[25]

On 28 May 2010, she took part in the Wind Music Awards, and was awarded the prize for the multiplatinum CD EP Oltre by her idol Gianna Nannini.[26]

In June 2010, she began her first summer-long tour: the Ahi ce sta passu tour. She toured throughout Italy with her band. In the same month, she also took part in the Amici Tour 2010 with all the contestants of the talent show. In July 2010, the second single from Oltre was released: "Un sogno a costo zero". After the tour, she released the video for the third single "Sembra strano".

In the summer of 2010, Marrone received the award for Best Female Vocalist of the Year 2010 at the Venice Music Awards.[27]

2010-2011: A me piace così, and second place in the Sanremo Music Festival 2011

On 24 September 2010, a new single called "Con le nuvole" was released. On 19 October her second solo record was released, also through Universal, A me piace così, which debuted at number 2 on the Italian singles chart,[28] while in Switzerland peaked at number 50.[29] On 19 November 2010, the second single from the album, "Cullami", was released.

On 30 November 2010, a special edition of the album was released which included both the albums Oltre and A me piace così, with two new songs: "L'Amore Che Ho" (written by Neffa) and "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" (duet with Craig David). In February 2011, she was nominated for the TRL Awards 2011 in the category Best Talent Show Artist.

Marrone participated in the Sanremo Music Festival 2011 with the group Modà with the song "Arriverà", finishing in second place, behind Roberto Vecchioni.[30] The track "Arriverà" debuted at the top of the Italian singles chart. In conjunction with her participation, the Sanremo Edition of the album was released. It featured a new cover, "Arriverà" and two new songs, "Io son per te l'amore" and "Per sempre".[31] On 15 March 2011, Marrone opened the only Italian date of Taylor Swift's tour.[32] On 15 April 2011, the song "Io son per te l'amore" was released as a single. On 29 May 2011, she opened the final of the Italian Cup 2010–2011 at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, singing the Italian national anthem.[33]

In summer 2011, Emma embarked on her second tour, A me piace cosi Tour 2011.[34] In the same period she opened two concerts for Vasco Rossi and three concerts for Gianna Nannini. Also in the summer of 2011, she was awarded the Wind Music Awards 2011 for sales of A me piace cosi and sales of the digital single in collaboration with Modà, "Arriverà". In July 2011 Marrone participated in a festival dedicated to Italian singer Giorgio Gaber, singing two songs, "Io non mi sento italiano" and "La libertà".

In September 2011, the album A me piace cosi was certified double platinum,[35] while "Arriverà" went multiplatinum.[36]

2011-2012: Sarò libera and victory at the Sanremo Music Festival 2012

Marrone in concert in Florence in 2012 with her guitar, Gretsch White Falcon

On 20 September 2011, Emma released her third solo studio album, Sarò libera, preceded by the single of the same name, which was released on 2 September 2011.[37] The song has been certified gold in Italy,[38] while the album debuted atop the Italian album chart, and was officially certified triple platinum.[39] On 28 October 2011, the second single, "Tra Passione e lacrime", was released. In January 2012, Marrone made a cameo in the final scene and credits of Benvenuti al Nord, singing "Nel blu dipinto di blu".[40]

On 15 January 2012, she announced her participation in the Sanremo Music Festival 2012 with the song "Non è l'inferno", releasing Sarò libera (Sanremo Edition). On the third night of the festival, Marrone sang a cover of Amen Corner's "(If Paradise Is) Half as Nice" with Gary Go. On the fourth evening, she performed her single "Non è l'inferno" with Alessandra Amoroso. On 19 February 2012, she was proclaimed the winner of the 62nd Sanremo Music Festival.[41] The song "Non è l'inferno" went straight to number one in the Italian singles chart, and was then certified double platinum.[39] In Switzerland, the single peaked at number 19, remaining on the chart for three consecutive weeks.[42][43] Despite this success, the album Sarò Libera only reached number 43 on the Swiss album chart.[44][45]

In February 2012, Marrone was nominated for a Kids' Choice Award 2012 in the category of Best Italian singer. On 31 March 2012, Marrone returned to the talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi, competing in the category "BIG", which was won by Alessandra Amoroso.[46] Amoroso announced her intention to split the prize, consisting of a free concert at Arena di Verona which was subsequently held on 5 September 2012, with Marrone.[47][48] During the show, Antonino performed the song "Resta ancora un po'", written by Emma. It was released on 7 May 2012 as the second single from his album Libera quest'anima. The song peaked at number 6 on the Italian singles chart.[49]

At the TRL Awards 2012, Emma received nominations in the categories Best Fan and Italians Do It Better, winning the latter.[50]

On 27 April 2012, Emma released "Cercavo amore", the fourth single from her album Sarò libera.[51] The single remained at the top of the Italian singles chart for two weeks and was certified platinum.[52] In Switzerland, it debuted at number 68.[53] On 10 July 2012, the official remix of "Cercavo amore" by Alex Gaudino and Jason Rooney was released. "Cercavo amore" was the only Italian song included in Just Dance 4.[54] On 2 July 2012, Marrone performed "Cercavo amore" at the Wind Music Awards 2012. Marrone also sang a duet with Pino Daniele to the tune of "Io per lei" and "Quando".[55]

In the month of July she began her third tour, called Sarò libera.[56] It sold more than 160,000 tickets, excluding venues with free admission, selling out almost every concert.[57][58][59] On 17 September 2012 the fifth single from Sarò libera was released, "Maledetto quel giorno".[60]

On 8 October 2012, Marrone performed in concert for Puglia Sounds at the Koko Club in London, promoting music from the region of Apulia.[61][62][63] On 6 November 2012, the track list of the triple disc Per Gaber... io ci sono, a tribute to Giorgio Gaber, was announced, with Marrone singing the song "Freedom".[64] On 11 November 2012, a preview of the music video for the song "Non sono solo te", of which Marrone was both producer and screenwriter, was released on the site of Corriere della Sera.[65][66]

2013-2014: Schiena, Eurovision Song Contest 2014 and E Live

In February 2013, for the second consecutive year, Marrone received a nomination for the Kids' Choice Award 2013 in the category of Best Italian Singer.[67] On 15 February, on the fourth evening of Sanremo Music Festival 2013, dedicated to Sanremo Story, Marrone performed the song "Per Elisa" by Alice, as a duet with Annalisa.[68] On 16 February, Marrone was chosen as artistic director of a team of Amici di Maria De Filippi, competing against Miguel Bosé's team.[69]


On 9 April 2013, Emma released her third solo studio album, Schiena, through Universal Music[70][71] It reached number one on the Italian album chart, and was certified triple platinum.[72][39]

Emma Marrone introducinging herself and La Mia Cittá at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014

On 21 January 2014, it was announced by RAI that Marrone would represent Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Copenhagen, Denmark, with the song "La mia città".[73][74] Marrone finished 21st in the grand final.

On 11 November 2014, Emma released her first live album E Live. It included 15 songs performed live at the Arena di Verona, as well as the studio version of "Resta ancora un po'", which was released as the album's lead single on 6 October 2014.[75] The song was written by Marrone, but had originally been released as a single by Antonino in 2012.

2015-2017: Adesso

On 19 June 2015, Marrone released the song "Occhi profondi" as the lead single from her fourth solo studio album, Adesso.[76] The song peaked at number 13 in Italy and was certified double platinum for sales exceeding 100,000 copies.[77] Adesso was released on 27 November 2015, and was also preceded by the single "Arriverà l'amore", which was released on 23 October 2015.[78] The song debuted and peaked at number 5 on the Italian singles chart, becoming the album's highest peaking single. The album peaked at number 2 in Italy, becoming her first since A me piace così not to top the chart.[77] In 2016, "Io di te non ho paura", "Il paradiso non esiste" and "Quando le canzoni finiranno" were released as singles.[79][80][81]

On 9 September 2016, Emma was featured on Álvaro Soler's single "Libre" from the Italian edition of his album Eterno agosto.[82] A music video for the song was released on 12 September 2016.[83] The song was included on the tour edition of Adesso, which was released on 15 November 2015. Along with "Libre", the reissue included a cover of Dawn Penn's "You Don't Love Me (No, No, No)", the unreleased original song "Nel posto più lontano" and a disc recorded live in Milan.[84]

2018-present: Essere qui and Fortuna

On 5 January 2018, Marrone released "L'isola" as the lead single from her fifth solo studio album, Essere qui. A music video for the song was filmed in New York, directed by Lukasz Pruchnik and released on the same day.[85] The song debuted and peaked at number 7 on the Italian singles chart. It spent two weeks on the chart.[77] Essere qui was released on 26 January 2018.[86] It peaked at number 2 on the Italian albums chart.[87] "Effetto domino" was released as the album's second single on 2 March 2018.[88] The song's music video was directed by Paolo Stella and Alex Grazioli and uploaded to Emma's official YouTube channel on the same day.[89] "Mi parli piano" was released as the album's third single on 4 May 2018.[90] On the following day, a music video for the song, directed by Paolo Stella, was uploaded to Emma's official YouTube channel.[91] The song spent 11 weeks on the Italian singles chart, peaking at number 46, becoming the album's longest charting single. It was certified gold in Italy, for sales exceeding 25,000 copies.[77] On 16 November 2018, the album was reissued with four new tracks as Essere qui (Boom Edition).[92] On the week of release, the album re-entered the Italian albums chart at number 3.[93] The reissue was preceded by the single "Mondiale" on 2 November 2016.[94] The song spent 3 weeks on the Italian singles chart, peaking at number 7.[77] A music video for the song was uploaded to Emma's official YouTube channel on 5 November 2018.[95] In February 2019, Emma embarked on the Essere qui tour in promotion of the album.[96]

Following the end of the Essere qui tour in March 2019, Emma travelled to Los Angeles to begin work on her next album. Describing the process, she said "I took my time, I experienced abroad and I opened my mind in a metropolis that is not your home", adding that this helped her understand who she is and what she wanted to do.[97] On 6 September 2019, Emma released "Io sono bella" as the lead single from her sixth solo studio album Fortuna. The song was written by Vasco Rossi, Gaetano Curreri, Gerardo Pulli and Piero Romitelli and produced by Dardust. It was recorded at Speakeasy Studio in Los Angeles.[98] An accompanying music video for the song was directed by Paolo Mannarino and uploaded to Emma's official YouTube channel on 9 September 2019.[99] The song debuted and peaked at number 33 on the Italian singles chart.[100] In October 2019, the song reached the top of the Italian airplay chart.[101]

On 20 September 2019, Emma announced that she would be taking a break due to health reasons, cancelling a concert set to take place in Malta on 4 October. In her announcement on social media, she apologised to fans and promised to return stronger than she had been before.[102] On 28 September, she said that she had left hospital, but needed further time to recover.[103]

On 16 October 2019, Emma announced that her sixth solo studio album Fortuna would be released on 25 October 2019, via a video on her social media accounts. In addition to the album's title and release date, Emma revealed the cover and announced a concert on 25 May 2020, her birthday, at the Arena di Verona, to celebrate Fortuna and ten years of her solo music career.[104] Of the album cover, Emma said that she wanted a cover that fit with the album's sound and lyrics, and that "it shows a woman who can be anything she wants, the important thing is what you can't see".[97] On 17 October, Emma revealed the album's track listing, which features 14 songs.[105] Fortuna was made available to pre-order on iTunes the following day.[106] Following its release on 25 October, Fortuna debuted atop the Italian album chart, becoming her first album to top the chart since 2013's Schiena.[107] In an interview, Emma said that Fortuna represented who she is now: a serene, continuously changing person projected towards the future. Positivity is a major theme of the album, with the title track focusing on viewing things positively and the importance of trying, whether you succeed or not. The album calls upon a variety of musical influences, with an array of producers including Dario Faini, Luca Mattoni, Elisa Toffoli, Andrea Rigonat and Frenetik & Orang3.

On 6 December 2019, "Stupida allegria" was released as the second single from Fortuna. An accompanying music video was filmed in Morocco.[108]

In February 2020, Emma will appear in the film Gli anni più belli, directed by Gabriele Muccino. Emma said that she was excited to appear in the film, as she wanted "to live all the opportunities in life to the fullest".[109]

Vocal and interpretative skills

Marrone is a pop and rock musician, with a powerful voice,[110] which is hoarse and raspy.[111][112] Immersed in music as a child, she identifies Gianna Nannini as her artistic reference point;[113][114] among her other artistic reference points are Mina and Loredana Bertè.[115] Her timbre biting was noted by critic Mario Luzzatto Fegiz.[116]

The pianist Nazzareno Carusi called out her particular style and wild beauty and her instinctive singing, but suggested she study singing technique so as not to strain her voice.[117]

The singer Roberto Vecchioni worked with Marrone on her interpretive skills, calling her one of the best singers of the moment.[118]

Philanthropy

From the beginning of her career Marrone has taken part in several initiatives of solidarity, social commitment and charity. In February 2011 she participated in the exhibition Se non ora quando,[119] a movement of protest in support of the rights of women;[120] she participated in the same movement in 2012.[121] In several interviews the singer has said she has always participated, since she was very young, in various social events and worked for social services.[122]

In a March 2011 interview with Gioia,[123] Marrone revealed that in 2009 on the eve of a promotional mini-tour with Mjur, she discovered she had uterine cancer. After a seven-hour emergency surgery in Rome, the tumor was removed and her womb was saved. She then launched a campaign to raise awareness of cancer prevention among young people.[124] From May 2011 Emma offered a testimonial to AIRC (Italian Association for Cancer Research) to help cancer research.[125] Also in 2011 she loaned her image to a campaign dedicated to the prevention of cancer, ANT (National Association of Cancer), ONLUS, which operates free-home health care for those suffering from cancer.[126]

In September 2011, she participated in the inauguration of the Tutti a scuola, broadcast on RAI 1, which was attended, among others, by the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano and Francesco Profumo of the Ministry of Education, University and Research.[127] Subsequently, she participated in the concert O'Scià – IX edition, an event born to create awareness of the problem of illegal immigration that for years afflicted the island of Sicily. In the A me piace così Tour, the singer, on the occasion of the referendums of 2011, declared her opposition to nuclear power in Italy, creating a shirt with personally written "Stop Nuclear".[128][129]

In 2012 Marrone joined the fashion footwear brand Ishikawa. 300 pieces were created, on which the singer personally worked. The proceeds were donated in full to the Association Onus Peter Pan, to help sick children.[130] On 27 May 2012, she participated in the Dream on show, a show organized by the Department for Drug Policy, Minister for International Cooperation and Integration Office of the Prime Minister, to deliver a message against all drugs.[131] On 11 July 2012, she participated in the concert SLAncio di vita, against the SLA, aimed at funding research on amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.[132] In the summer of 2012 she worked with the Civil Protection of Misericordia, donating the entire proceeds of her concert to Lastra a Signa of 21 July, for the purchase of a multi-purpose machine.[133]

Personal life

Marrone was born in Florence, graduated in Aradeo, and now lives in Frascati (near Rome).[134]

At the end of 2009 she began a relationship with Amici di Maria De Filippi dancer Stefano De Martino. Following a brief separation caused by his affair with Giulia Pauselli, another talent show dancer,[135] De Martino announced in March 2011 that he and Marrone were back together. In April 2012, they broke definitively after De Martino had a second affair had with showgirl Belen Rodriguez.[135]

Discography

Marrone in concert in Bologna in 2012 to PalaDozza with the Sarò libera Tour

Albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
ITA
[136]
SWI
[137]
A me piace così 2 50
Sarò libera
  • Released: 20 September 2011
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 43
  • FIMI: 3× Platinum[39]
Schiena
  • Released: 9 April 2013
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Formats: CD, vinyl, digital download
1 25
  • FIMI: 3× Platinum[39]
Adesso
  • Released: 27 November 2015
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Formats: CD, vinyl, digital download
2 23
  • FIMI: 2× Platinum[39]
Essere qui
  • Released: 26 January 2018
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Formats: CD, vinyl, digital download
2 16
Fortuna
  • Released: 25 October 2019
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Formats: CD, vinyl, digital download
1
[138]
35

EPs

List of EPs, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
ITA
[136]
SWI
[137]
Oltre
  • Released: 16 March 2010
  • Label: Universal Music
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 85
  • FIMI: 3× Platinum[39]

Singles

As lead artist

Year Song Peak positions Certifications[139] Album
 Italy
[140]
AUT
[141]
SWI
2010 Calore 1 64
  • ITA: Platinum
Oltre
Un sogno a costo zero
Sembra strano
Con le nuvole 16 A me piace così
Cullami 23
2011 Arriverà (with the Modà) 1
  • ITA: 2x Platinum
Io son per te l'amore 28
Sarò libera 4
  • ITA: Gold
Sarò libera
Tra passione e lacrime 42
2012 Non è l'inferno 1 19
  • ITA: 2x Platinum
Cercavo amore 1 68
  • ITA: Platinum
Maledetto quel giorno 34
2013 Amami 3
  • ITA: Platinum
Schiena
Dimentico tutto 12
  • ITA: Platinum
L'amore non mi basta 11
  • ITA: Platinum
2014 Trattengo il fiato 36
  • ITA: Gold
La mia città 24 71
  • ITA: Gold
Resta ancora un po' 16
  • ITA: Gold
E Live
2015 Occhi profondi 13
  • ITA: 2x Platinum
Adesso
Arriverà l'amore 5
  • ITA: Platinum
2016 Io di te non ho paura 65
  • ITA: Gold
Il paradiso non esiste
  • ITA: Gold
Quando le canzoni finiranno
2018 L'isola 7 Essere qui
Effetto domino
Mi parli piano 46
  • ITA: Gold
Mondiale 7
2019 Io sono bella 33
[142]
Fortuna
Stupida allegria
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist

Year Song Peak positions Certifications[139] Album
 Italy
2016 Libre

(Álvaro Soler featuring Emma)

26
  • ITA: Platinum
Eterno Agosto
2019 Love is Madness

(Thirty Seconds to Mars featuring Emma)

Non-album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Music videos

Year Title Director Album
2003 Stile (as a member of Lucky Star) Gaetano Morbioli Non-album single
2010 Calore Oltre
Un sogno a costo zero Roberto Saku Cinardi
Sembra strano
Con le nuvole Roberto Saku Cinardi A me piace così
Cullami Gaetano Morbioli
2011 Arriverà A me piace così
(Sanremo Edition)
Io son per te l'amore Marco Salom
Sarò libera Sarò libera
Tra passione e lacrime
2012 Non è l'inferno Sarò libera
(Sanremo Edition)
Cercavo amore
Maledetto quel giorno
2013 Amami Ludovico Galletti & Sami Schinaia Schiena
Dimentico tutto Luca Tartaglia
L'amore non mi basta
2014 Trattengo il fiato Marco Salom
La mia città Leandro Emede & Nicolò Cerioni Schiena vs Schiena
2015 Occhi profondi Luigi Antonini & Giuliano Peparini Adesso
Arriverà l'amore Luisa Carcavale & Alessandro Guida
2016 Io di te non ho paura Luisa Carcavale
Il paradiso non esiste
Quando le canzoni finiranno Marco Ponti
2018 L'isola Lukasz Pruchnik Essere qui
Effetto domino Paolo Stella & Alex Grazioli
Mi parli piano Paolo Stella
Mondiale Antonio Usbergo & Niccolò Celaia Essere qui
(Boom Edition)
2019 Io sono bella Paolo Mannarino Fortuna
Stupida allegria

Other charted songs

Anno Titolo Peak positions Certified
ITA

[39]

2010 Meravigliosa 40 Oltre
2012 Bella senz'anima 19 /
2013 Schiena 48 Schiena
2015 Adesso (ti voglio bene) 66 Adesso
2018 Incredibile voglia di niente 95 Essere qui

Other albums

Year Title Main act
2006 LS3 Lucky Star
2008 MJUR M.J.U.R.

Other singles

Year Title Main act
2003 Stile Lucky Star

Tour

2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2014
2016

Band

Marrone, who also played the guitar during her Schiena Tour, is accompanied in her concerts by her official band, formed in 2013. The current lineup is as follows:

* We therefore exclude the formation of instrumental and vocal membership of the previous band of which she was a member: Karadreon, Lucky Star, M.j.u.r, Anonimo Soul and H2O.

Author and songwriter for other singers

Collaborations authorship and / or compositions are listed in parentheses in the title.

Year Title Artist Album
2012 Resta ancora un po'
(text: Emma Marrone; music: Emma Marrone and Pino Perris)
Antonino Libera quest'anima
2016 Amore Avrai
(text and music: Emma Marrone, Luca Mattioni, Mario Cianchi.
Elodie Un’altra
2017 Tutta colpa mia
(text and music: Emma Marrone, Oscar Angiuli, Francesco Cianciola, Giovanni Pollex
Elodie Tutta colpa mia
2017 Fine
(text and music: Emma Marrone, Paolo Barillari, Emma Rohan, Jez Ashurst e Mark Bates
Elodie Tutta colpa mia
2017 Verrà da sé
(text and music: Emma Marrone, Luca Mattioni, Mario Cianchi
Elodie Tutta colpa mia

Filmography

Producer and screenwriter

Awards

Other activities

Testimonial
2010

  • Fix Design (clothing and jewelry)[149]
  • Fili e Grani (jewelry)[150]

2011

  • AIRC (Italian Association for Cancer Research-2011 – ongoing)[151]
  • ANT (National Association of Cancer-2011 – ongoing)[152]

2012

  • Ishikawa (footwear)[153]
  • Tezenis (clothing)[154]
  • Vogue Eyewear (sunglasses)

Commercials
2010

2012

Designer
2011

2012

  • 300 pieces of the Limited Edition Celebrity Soledad footwear Ishikawa (made for charity with the fashion brand)
  • Meshes of its merchandising implemented in conjunction with a friend[159][160]

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External links

  • Official Emma Marrone website
  • Official Facebook
  • Official Twitter
  • Official Youtube

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Alessandra Amoroso
Amici di Maria De Filippi
Winner

2010
Succeeded by
Denny Lodi
Preceded by
Roberto Vecchioni
Sanremo Music Festival
Winner

2012
Succeeded by
Marco Mengoni
Preceded by
Marco Mengoni
with "L'essenziale"
Italy in the Eurovision Song Contest
2014
Succeeded by
Il Volo
with "Grande amore"
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