Italian pop sensation Antonino was created in Foggia in March 9, 1983. Antonino fell deeply in love with music as a kid, a interest that was cultivated by his dad, who sang with him. Being a youngsters, Antonino participated in local singing celebrations and competitions, an event that could prepare him for his big break — Antonino auditioned and was recognized to compete in the 2005 period of Amici, the Italian edition from the American Idol franchise. This program afforded him many possibilities, including schooling and valuable knowledge in singing, dance, and performing. Furthermore, Antonino was highlighted in some duets with a lot of his longtime idols, including Laura Pausini, Michael Bublé, and Gigi d’Alessio (with whom he’d perform on the Sanremo Event in 2005). The youthful singer won your competition and was provided a recording agreement with Sony BMG. After Antonino spent the next summer on the nationwide tour, his 1st single premiered, made by Mario Lavezzi. The track, “Ce la Much,” fulfilled with great achievement, peaking at number 3 on European graphs, eventually achieving platinum record position. Antonino’s self-titled debut recording was not much behind, striking the racks on Apr 7, 2006. The recording and following tour received Antonino the Battisti Award for Greatest New Designer that year. A fresh single was anticipated during the summer time of 2007, heralding the introduction of his second recording, credited out in the fall.