Tiziano Ferro
Number of songs: 27 | Total weeks on charts: 840
Appearing in a total number of: 93 charts | Total period running: 3505 days

Tiziano Ferro (born 21 February 1980) is an Italian singer-songwriter, producer and author. He broke through in 2001 with his international hit single "Perdono" and has remained commercially successful since then, primarily in his home country. Ferro has released a Spanish version of each of his albums, and has also sung in English, Portuguese, and French. Known as the modern face of Italian pop music, he frequently writes songs for other artists and has produced albums for Giusy Ferreri, Alessandra Amoroso and Baby K.

Aside from his success as an artist, Ferro is well known for his personal struggles. Having been overweight as a teenager, he has been outspoken about his battles with food addiction and eating disorders. In May 2006, several comments he made during an interview on Italian television resulted in major controversy abroad, effectively ending his blossoming career in Latin America. In October 2010, at the height of his fame, Ferro came out as gay, admitting that he had remained closeted out of fear that his homosexuality was not compatible with a career as a pop singer.

Since his debut in 2001, Ferro has worked himself up to becoming one of the best-selling artists in Italy today. Both his third album Nessuno è solo and fourth album Alla mia età were certified diamond. Despite his fears, his coming-out did not negatively affect his career, as fifth album L'amore è una cosa semplice was the best-selling album of 2012 in Italy, and the tour supporting this album included his first full stadium concert at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome. As of 2015, Ferro has sold over 10 million records worldwide.

Rosso Relativo (2001)
111 Centoundici (2003)
Nessuno è solo (2006)
Alla mia età (2008)
L'amore è una cosa semplice (2011)
TZN - The Best of Tiziano Ferro (2014)
Sources:, Wikipedia

Tiziano Ferro in the news
World Music Awards Joins Forces With Haitian Government To Raise Funds For Sandy Victims (17/12/2012) New Chris Botti Album, Impressions, Featuring Herbie Hancock, Andrea Bocelli, Vince Gill, Mark Knopfler, David Foster & Caroline Campbell, Coming On April 17, 2012 (21/03/2012)
EMI's Family Of Artists And Songwriters Raise $940k To Support Japanese Red Cross Disaster Relief (27/04/2011) Superstar Artists And Writers Support Second Phase Of Charity Auction To Raise Funds For Japan (12/04/2011)
Artists & Songwriters From The EMI Family Unite For Japan To Raise Funds For The Japanese Red Cross's Disaster Relief Efforts (06/04/2011) Pirate Disc Factory Raided By Italian Police (19/11/2009)
EMI Music & Warner Music Group Expand Existing Marketing and Distribution Partnership In India And The Middle East And Enter Into New Relationship In Turkey (10/12/2008) 2008 MTV EUROPE MUSIC AWARDS WINNERS LIST (07/11/2008)
Dean Martin Hits the Top 40 With Forever Cool: New Collaborations Album Debuts at No 39 on Billboard Top 200 (25/08/2007) Dean Martin Is Forever Cool With New All-Star Collaborative Album (27/06/2007)
Jamba/Jamster signs its first pan-European mobile music products agreement, with EMI (27/11/2006) EMI and Televisa Forge Major Music Partnership for Mexico and US Latin Market (19/07/2005)
OutKast triumph at The MTV Europe Music Awards 2004 (27/11/2004) The MTV Europe Music Awards 2004 final Line-Up of talent announced (17/11/2004)
Satelite Musical reveals the most popular artists and songs of 2004 (15/11/2004)
Songs by Tiziano Ferro

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