Madame turns 20 and for the occasion she gives herself the gift of leaving national borders. Francesca Calearo – this is the real name of the Italian singer-songwriter and rapper born in Vicenza on January 16, 2002 who made herself known in 2019 thanks to the song ‘Sciccherie’ and last year achieved great success with her performances in Sanremo on the notes of song ‘Voce’ – will in fact release on January 28 in France ‘Tu m’as compris’, sung with French rapper and actor Clément Daniel Maxime Penhoat, better known by his stage name Hatik. The song is the French version of ‘You have me understood’ which was released in Italy in September with the feat of Sfera Ebbasta. ‘Tu m’as compris’ is the first fruit of an international partnership between Sugar Music and Capitol Music France to develop the songwriter’s project in France. For the singer-songwriter it is the first international step, as she herself underlined in these hours on her social profiles announcing the French exit: “We put our first foot off the peninsula, I ask for maximum support from everyone, we always try to push ourselves. over. I love you. See you soon “, he wrote to his followers on Instagram. A very talented singer-songwriter, Madame has already achieved very important milestones in two years, with a 2021 to be framed: she is the youngest winner of the Targa Tenco for best debut album and best song (“Voce”) and she is the Most listened to female artist in 2021 on Spotify. In 2021 “Madame” was the third most listened to album on Spotify and the fifth best-selling album. The single “Voce” made it into the Top 10 of the best-selling singles. The single “My friend” feat. Fabri Fibra was the most aired song on the radio for three consecutive weeks and the single “Marea” is in the Top 10 of the most aired songs on the radio in 2021. All Madame’s radio singles are in the general ranking of the 100 most aired songs on the radio in the 2021.