Italian singer/songwriter Enzo Gragnaniello makes literate, personal music that often combines modern pop idioms with Neapolitan song traditions. Blessed in Naples in 1954, Gragnaniello started writing music at age group 18. In 1977, he produced the group Banchi Nuovi. With the ’80s, he’d shifted to a single profession. He released his self-titled debut record in 1983, and implemented it up in 1985 with Salita Trinit? Degli Spagnoli. In 1986, he gained the esteemed Targa Tenco music prize. The ’90s noticed Gragnaniello continue steadily to release a continuous blast of well-accepted albums including Fujente (1990), El Mondo Che Non C’è (1993), Continuerò (1996), and Oltre Gli Alberi (1999). In 2003, Gragnaniello continuing his exploration of Neapolitan music, collaborating with Adam Senese on Tribù e Passione. Then came back with Quanto Mi Costa (2005) and Erba Cattiva (2007). In 2011, Gragnaniello released the record Radice.