Much like in UK grime, the lowest level consists of DIY recordings, made on camcorders and mobile phones, posted online or submitted to the local TV networks. Others who don't comply with the mafia have been assaulted or even killed for performing without asking permission from the relevant bosses. Often referred to as the female Crosby, Stills, and Nash, they have also been compared to Wailin' Jenny's and Joseph. But I do miss my city and hope to return one day, to see it changed.". With so many powerful forces seeking to capitalise on this regional pride, it is difficult to see where artistic expression ends and exploitation begins. Immediately afterwards another rapper will perform: Enzo Dong. Eros Ramazzotti: The man who learned to sing with just his nose. The world of the neomelodici is accessible but layered. This is the world of neomelodico, a subgenre of Italian pop music exclusive to the country's southern regions. Visit Naples Official è la guida della città di Napoli. It is hardly surprising, then, given the violent reputation of these cartels, that many independent artists from the early days are turning their backs on the genre. It's a torrid summer night in Naples's Spanish quarter; a labyrinth of residential streets in the heart of the old city. Billboard magazine called her "one of the most popular Italian singers" and … "Forza Napoli!" On the 9th of June will be the surprise guest night, the most awaited for this edition of the Napoli PIzza Village. In fact, outside of Southern Italy it is often ridiculed. The program can have variations with additions of names and many surprises for the Pizza Village audience. Successful neomelodici generally work at extravagant functions, birthdays, weddings and small festivals. From music to food with Daniele Mr Panuozzo, he will present his ristopanuozzo, also here a reinterpretation of the panuozzo (a particular type of bread) of Gragnano in a Neapolitan key. "I don't like that world anymore," he told me, "that side of things is really getting in the way of the music. Giorgia Todrani, best known as Giorgia (born April 26, 1971) is an Italian female singer, known for her soulful voice, which is aided by a wide vocal range, high belting register and great vocal abilities. Culturally, though, it's closer to something like grime; thriving in the poorest suburbs, delivered in a regional dialect, and propagated through its own dedicated infrastructure of venues, TV stations and pirate radio. On the 2nd of June: Ultimo, the winner of the Sanremo Festival for the young category will be on stage. Together with them there will also be the association #CuoreDiNapoli, it will be their first appearance in public where they will show how you can build a sense of belonging very strong to their territory. Sister Neapolitan is made up of three songwriters: Megan Ellsworth from the Cascade Mountains of Sisters, Oregon, Katie Smith from the desert in Tri-Cities, Washington, and Alana Margolis from the farmer's town of Macungie, Pennsylvania. "Brava!" For 'Il Cavaliere', however, this was a pyrrhic victory. Other Neapolitan female voices with the four artists of SesèMamà, before turn off the music with Stani Roggiero and I Bottari de la Cantica Popolare. I spoke on the phone with Vito, a "fallen neomelodico" who left Naples in the late 2000s in order to escape "the culture of speculation", and all too intimate links to organised crime – "la malavita" as he put it. Following the beautiful voice of the Neapolitan song: Maria Nazionale. While classic mainstream Italian pop sang about picture postcard versions of the city – of pizza, pasta, and mandolins – the neomelodici sang about painful love, poverty, divorce and unwanted pregnancies. While some end up in prison the vast majority are released without charge. While the centre-left in the North snubbed the genre, he assimilated aspects of the neomelodic aesthetic into his own political performance, repeatedly declaring an exaggerated love of the South, cracking jokes in dialect and even singing a few Neapolitan tracks of his own. In the past decade dozens of singers, managers, producers, lyricists and publicists have been arrested for alleged ties to the Camorra. On the 3rd of June there will sing Noemi with her beautiful voice, the singer will open the third evening, an artist well known in the world of Italian music. . Nello Liberti's track "O capo clan" is a similarly proud apologia for mob rule: "The boss is a serious man, it's not true that he is evil / If he has committed wrongs it was for necessity and according to God's will". There will be a very promising band called 29 & 30, to follow a musical journey with the artist Anna Capasso that will make us relive the myth of the 80s. Just as Diego Maradona inspired this city's youth in the 80s with the fantasy that football could be an escape from the hell of factory work, so the neomelodici seem to offer an easy route out of the realities of today's precarious poverty. Following, a Neapolitan voice, that of Gigi Finizio will sing his famous songs. A struggling Berlusconi saw an opportunity to capitalise on this sense of alienation. Well known for his partnerships with important Italian rappers such as Fabri Fibra, Clementino has just released a new album called Vulcano where he sings about his personal life and also his city, Naples , in a style which mixes rap with more popular music. ​This article originally appeared on Noisey UK.​​. Despite a wall of hot rain the pavements are overflowing with people, packed like sardines between makeshift barbecues and overflowing bins. An association with a precise mission:  fight racism with sport. Just how big is difficult to establish given that the majority of sales take place on the black market, though estimates have suggested the industry is worth at least €200 million a year. Throughout the 90s numerous clans started businesses as PR agents, managers and record labels. Bringing storytelling to their fingertips and lyrics, Sister Neapolitan is a band to look out for. The strength of women in music with Flo and the Martucci sisters called the sisters of the swing. In the South though, it's a huge business. They think we're all sleaze-bags." Finally a lot of laughter with the satire of Lercio, ready to analyze the current Italian society inventing goliardic news. Aftert this serious theme there will also be many laughs with the Ultimo Stadio, many comic gags about the game of football. Her voice shakes with operatic vibrato. This realism is best exemplified by the videos that accompany the songs, filmed in living rooms, kitchens, and terraces of the city's tightly packed tower blocks. Neapolitans, it seems, are not only victims of prejudice from the North, they're often prejudiced by their own. I've got some sympathy - it's hard not to cringe at the spectacle of the plump child-star Piccolo Lucio's love letter to Nutella - but there is also a sense of embarrassment and thinly veiled classism against the lower class topics of the neomelodici. For the Napoli fans there will also be the presence of, A lot of music but also lots of laughter, will be present, At the opening of the fourth evening will be present, To accompany the evening there will be the gag of, On the 5th of June in the evening will sing two very special voices: from the jazz of, In the evening finale, the music returns with, In this evening Le Vibrazioni will perform on stage with their songs, followed by the well-known Neapolitan actress, NEWS: Thanks to the new online booking method, you can already order a menu and skip the line at the ticket offices on the days of the event. Since 2008, the scene has expanded significantly, even earning it the nickname "the market immune to the crisis."

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