Italian pop singer Deborah Iurato stepped in to the limelight by appearing in and successful the 13th season of television talent show Amici di Maria de Filippi. Blessed in Ragusa, Italy, she started singing at age group five, eventually executing at occasions for spare cash while in artwork school. She became a member of Amici in early 2014. That springtime, after putting your signature on with Sony, she released a self-titled EP made by songwriter/manufacturer/musician Mario Lavezzi. It reached number 2 over the Italian record graph. In the fall, after earning Amici, her debut full-length record, Libere, premiered. Made by Lavezzi and studio room master Nicolò Delicate, it hit the very best 20 in her house country.