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Annalisa Scarrone (born 5 August 1985)[2] better known as simply Annalisa or Nali, is an Italian singer-songwriter, Record producer and TV personality. After being part of two bands, Elaphe Guttata and leNoire (Ex Malvasia), she became famous after participating in the tenth edition of the talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi in 2010–2011, where she finished in second place.[3] Subsequently, Annalisa participated in the Festival of Sanremo 2013 with the song "Scintille" and finished ninth.[4]

Annalisa participated in the Festival of Sanremo 2015 with the song Una finestra tra le stelle and finished fourth.[5] In 2016, she returned to the Festival of Sanremo with the single Il Diluvio Universale finishing eleventh, and came back in 2018 with Il mondo prima di te finishing third. She received several awards, including a MTV Europe Music Award, a Wind Music Award and a Lutezia Award for her songwriting works, and nominations at the Kid's Choice Award and World Music Awards.

She has recorded 6 albums and 24 singles, receiving 3 Platinum disc and 5 Gold discs, and selling over 910,000 copies.[6][7][8][9][10][11][12] She also wrote songs for other artists including Gianna Nannini, Fedez, Benji & Fede and collaborated with Antonello Venditti, Gianluca Grignani, Marcella Bella and Nomadi.

Since 2015 she has hosted the science divulgation tv program Tutta colpa di ... – Quelli del Cern on Italia 1.[13][14]

She grew up in Carcare and studied music and singing from an early age. From the age of 13, she worked as a bartender and musician.[15] In 2009 she graduated from the University of Turin in Physics.[15]

In 2011 Annalisa took part at the 10th edition of the Italian talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi where she finished second and also received the Premio della critica. In March 2011 her first album Nali was released; it reached number 2 in the official Italian album chart by FIMI[16] and was certified platinum.[6] Her first single "Diamante lei e luce lui", that reached the ninth position in the official Italian single chart[17] in 2012, was certified gold.[7] In addition this single won the Premio Videoclip Italiano 2011. Her second single "Giorno per giorno" was released on 27 May 2011.

"Senza riserva", from the second album Mentre tutto cambia, was released on 16 March 2012 and later certified platinum.[8][9] The second single of her second album was "Tra due minuti è primavera". The last single from Mentre tutto cambia was "Per una notte o per sempre".[8] At the end of the same year Annalisa sang Pirati that featured on the DVD, Blu-ray 3D e Digital HDTM of the cartoon film L'era glaciale 4-Continenti alla deriva.

In 2013, she participated at the Sanremo Music Festival and finished ninth, with the single "Scintille".[4] At the same time, her third album Non So Ballare was released and reached the sixth position in the official Italian album chart.[citation needed] Also during 2013, Annalisa represented Italy at the OGAE Song Contest with the song "Alice e il blu", the second single from the album Non so ballare, and finished third.[18] At the same time, she had two nominations for Best female artist and Best video with the song "Alice e il blu" at World Music Awards.[19] She subsequently represented Italy at the International Song Contest: The Global Sound with "Scintille", and in November won the competition.[20] The third single from Non so ballare was "A modo mio amo" and its videoclip was a collage of the previous ones.

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