Pop music, Musical Artist
Who is L'Aura?
L'Aura spent two years in San Francisco in preparation for recording her first record titled Okumuki, which was recorded in Italy and released in 2005. She sung part of it in Italian and part of it in English. The producer was Enrique Gonzalez Muller, who had worked - as an assistant engineer - with Nine Inch Nails, Kronos Quartet, Jason Newsted, Dave Matthews Band, and Joe Satriani.
In 2006 L'Aura participated at the Sanremo Music Festival for the first time with the song "Irragiungibile", a song which was quite successful in the Italian music charts and Okumuki was certified Gold in Italy.
June 9, 2007 saw the release date of her second album, Demian'. The first single "Non è una favola", released May 18, was followed by a second single, "È per te", which was a duet with Max Zanotti, the lead singer of Deasonika. In the end of 2007, she showed an interest in representing San Marino in the next edition of Eurovision Song Contest 2008.
L'Aura took part in the Sanremo Music Festival 2008 in Categoria Campioni with the song "Basta!", which was a radio and TV success, quickly becoming one of the most downloaded singles from the festival. In February she released her first greatest hits album: L'Aura.
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