Fred De Palma: "They should have brought Jalisse to Sanremo"

Fred De Palma: “They should have brought Jalisse to Sanremo”

The seventy-fourth edition of the Sanremo Festival marks Fred De Palma’s return to the Ariston stage, after his participation in 2016 alongside Patty Pravo in the evening of duets, but also his debut in the competition with the song “Il cielo non ci wants”.

Guest of the Rockol Lounge, at the Club Tenco headquarters, the singer talks about the construction process of his piece and his passion for Latin and electronic music. “’Heaven doesn’t want us’ has two interpretations”, explains Fred De Palma: “Apparently, superficially, it could seem like a love song addressed to a woman. But in reality in this song the woman represents my conscience.”

During the chat, the 34-year-old artist, who will perform with Eiffel 65 on Friday evening, also reveals that his favorite song in the history of the Festival is “Fiumi di parole” by Jalisse and states: “I say this for two reasons: the first is that the song is truly a hit; the second is because it was necessary to get Jalisse to come to Sanremo”.

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