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The first solo album by Gemelli DiVersi member Luca Aleotti (aka Grido) was co-produced with the rapper's older brother, who happens to be none other than J-Ax. Grido ostensibly wants to avoid the genre's typical self-aggrandizing, meanness, and other clichés, preferring instead to tackle personal and social issues in a sincere, down-to-earth manner set to '90s hip-hop beats. Guests include singers Sylvie Simbi and Laura Bono, respectively, on "Fumo e Malinconia" and "Sei Come Me," as well as Danti, Tormento, and Sud Sound System on the enthusiastic weed manifesto and first single, "Superblunt."


Born: 30 March 1979 in Cologno Monzese, Italy

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Luca Aleotti, aka Grido, launched his career as the youngest member of Gemelli DiVersi, an Italian rap duo that scored multiple hits during the late ‘90s and early 2000s. After releasing seven albums with the group, he launched a concurrent solo career in May 2011 with Io Grido, a popular debut that combined hip-hop, Italian pop, neo-soul, and dance music. J-Ax, his older brother and an influential rapper in his own right, co-produced the set. Io...
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