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‘I’m out’, Gaia Gentile declines the right not to conform in music

Byeditorial

May 13, 2021

Tomorrow the album ‘Sono fuori’ comes out: Gaia Gentile declines the right not to conform to music. In streaming and digitally, the new project of the Apulian singer-songwriter also contains the single released on April 24th, ‘Out of the trend’. The intent is clear: to convey the straightforward message of those who are not afraid to expose themselves, as Gaia does, who is “always hungry for emotions and ‘gasps’ when the music played by the physical instrument coexists with electronic music. musical world now ‘disposable’ – says the artist – ‘I’m out’ wants to leave a mark on whoever listens to it. It is a record in which I have put all of myself, it is my medical record. stimulate in each of us that desire to show ourselves as we are: so ‘Out of Trend’, ‘Out of the Province’ and ‘Out of Head’ “. In the album the music talks about pop art with electronic contaminations that support the intimacy of the pieces. Winner of the call for ‘Puglia Sounds Record 2020/2021 Programming / Puglia Region – Fsc 2014/2020 – Pact for Puglia – We invest in your future’, ‘I’m out’ takes on that extra particularity precisely because of its being spontaneous, cheerful and direct . A record that combines pop, dance, jazz harmonies up to the author’s song. Gaia Gentile, born in Cassano delle Murge in the province of Bari, began to cultivate the passion for singing as a child, combining it with the study of the piano. At the age of 17 he began his professional career, both as a soloist and within the a cappella vocal group ‘Mezzotono’, with whom he participated in various concerts and festivals all over the world (Algeria, Thailand, England, Argentina, etc.). She was a vocalist in Milly Carlucci’s Ballando con le stelle program in the 2017 edition. She graduated from the ‘Academy of Artists’ in Rome in order to combine study and passion for theater with music. In 2020 he debuted with the show ‘Gaia Gentile… but not too much!’ with whom he brought to light his extravagant personality, paying homage to the Italian songwriters with whom the artist collaborated during his artistic career, from Caparezza to Capossela, Dalla, Silvestri and Noa.