Vocalist Daniele Negroni was created in Arona, Italy on July 31, 1995. Most widely known to make second put in place the ninth time of year from the German casting display Deutschland Sucht den Superstar, Negroni found Germany as a little child and began performing and playing the drums in senior high school. After getting involved in the 2012 time of year of DSDS, where he dropped to Luca Hänni, he released his initial one — a edition of Hänni’s “DON’T BELIEVE About Me,” that was noticed in the show’s finale. Despite large criticism because of the song’s similarity to Pietro Lombardi’s “Contact My Name” in the show’s previous period, the one charted at number 4 in Germany, number 3 in Austria, and number 2 in Switzerland (Hänni’s edition reached number 1 in every three countries). After putting your signature on with General, Negroni released his debut record, Crazy, that was made by Dieter Bohlen and inserted the Austrian graphs at number 1 while charting at number 2 in Germany and Switzerland (shedding away to Hänni’s debut record, I AM Luca, in the latter nation). In 2013, Negroni released his second record, Bulletproof, which increased to amount seven in the German graphs and amount five in Austria, though it just managed to get to 38 in Switzerland. The record spawned the one “Hang on My Center,” which strike the very best 40 in Germany.