Italian pop singer and actor Renato No released his initial LP, Zero! Mamma No!, in 1973, although he previously released earlier materials (gathered on Via Tagliamento 1965-1970). He released five extra albums through the ’70s (like the strikes Trapezio, Zerofobia, and Erozero) and strike the ’80s in stride using a double-album, Tregua. No was also busier within the ’80s, with a complete of eight albums released through the 10 years. Five of these hit number 1 in Italy, including Truce, Artide Antartide, Calore, and Leoni Si Nasce. Although he experienced a reduction in popularity through the past due ’80s, No returned completely power with two albums in 1991: Prometeo and La Coscienza di No. He implemented up with albums released in each one of the four years from 1993 to 1996, including number 1 strikes with 1993’s Passaporto Per Fonopoli and 1994’s L’Imperfetto. Through the 2000s, No continued to best the charts and appearance before huge, adoring crowds whenever he toured. His reputation extended in to the 2010s aswell, with popular achievement for his many produces. Although he previously not hit number 1 on the record charts for quite a while, both of his 2013 albums, the reflective Amo Capitolo I and Amo Capitolo II strike number 1 in Italy. 3 years afterwards, he came back with an extremely anticipated record, Alt. It debuted at number 1 in Apr 2016, and reached platinum position within 90 days.