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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) This year's "Berlin Music Video Awards" has become a real battlefield between the world's best musicians. Today we would like to present to our readers Nico Cartosio - one of the most interesting composers of the present.
It feels like there have never been such a plenty of TOP-musicians' videos within the framework of one festival. And, although the registration of the festival's members will only end up in a couple of days, the critics have already defined the front-runners.
According to the experts, the award-winner will be chosen in a face-to-face stand-off between the electronic duo The Chemical Brothers and a modern composer Nico Cartosio.
While the music fans are familiar with the music style of the British duo, they should have a much closer look at Cartosio. We are convinced that the story of one of the most brilliant composers of our time will grab our readers' attention.
Nico is the only neo-romantic artist of our generation. In 2018 he literally took the world of A-list musicians by storm, making a dizzying path from a regular composer to an iconic one for thousands of quality music fans.
Nico's debut music video "Snow above the Earth (Requiem For The Tunes Unplayed)" quickly reached 3.8 millions of views, which drew attention of producers from the legendary Abbey Road studio (the one where "The Beatles" used to record). He was invited there to record his debut album "Melting" in cooperation with the London Symphony Orchestra. (He was invited there to record his debut album "Melting" in cooperation with the famous symphony musicians).
The next track - "Cocaine March" - became one of the most provocative and frequently discussed music videos of this autumn. And in January, 2019 it was in iTunes top-200 in Britain.
By the way, a new music video "Melting" has been recently released by Cartosio. The video is already known as this spring's most romantic story. Check it by youself.
Finally, the third video - "Christmas on the moon" is this winter's saddest ballade, which actually took Nico to the BMVA.
Nico's being very modest about his nomination: "Thanks, it's a pleasure for me". The composer said that he would try to be present at the award ceremony, but can't be 100% sure about it, because he has plenty of work to do.
Well, of course he has: the last couple of months Nico was working on the legendary Abbey Road Studio recording his first album.
The presentation of Nico's debut album "Melting" will take place on the 17th of April. Critics already call it one of the most expected events in the music community.
By the way, Nico's appeared on social nets recently. Now our readers are able to get the details of the release first-hand.