Aylin Prandi is an Italian singer-songwriter known for her soulful voice and catchy pop tunes. She was born on February 17, 1989, in Fiesole, a small town in the province of Florence, Italy.

Prandi developed a passion for music at a young age and began singing and playing the piano. She gained popularity in 2009 when she participated in the talent show “Amici di Maria De Filippi,” where she finished in fifth place. This platform gave her the opportunity to showcase her talent and gain a following.

In 2010, Prandi released her debut single “24 000 Baci,” a cover of Adriano Celentano’s hit song. The song became a huge success in Italy, reaching the top of the charts and earning her a nomination for the MTV Europe Music Award for Best Italian Act.

Following the success of her debut single, Prandi released her first studio album, “Geographically Incorrect,” in 2011. The album received positive reviews from critics and further solidified her place in the Italian music industry.

Prandi continued to release singles and albums throughout the years, experimenting with different musical styles and collaborating with other artists. Her music is characterised by catchy melodies, heartfelt lyrics, and her soulful voice.

Prandi’s talent and success have earned her numerous awards and accolades, establishing her as one of Italy’s most beloved pop singers. She continues to captivate audiences with her music and remains a prominent figure in the Italian music scene.

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