Entertainment

Diodato If you want me Soundtrack and song Diabolik 2 Gianniotti

Published

on

After the worldwide success of the last tour and having confirmed himself as one of the most awarded artists of the new Italian music scene, Diodato packs the new soundtrack of Diabolik – Ginko attack!. One more step towards consolidating the link between the musical world and the cinematographic scene for Diodato, after the success of Che vita bellissima.

Directed by the Manetti Brothers and based on the original story by Angela and Luciana Giussani, Diabolik – Ginko Attacks! is the new chapter in the saga of the famous comic book and sequel to Diabolik, released in 2021. The film, set to be released in theaters on November 17, will see a special collaboration: Diodato once again accepts a “role” in the cinema scene, especially after the success of What a wonderful life.

Courtesy of the press office

The singer signed the soundtrack of the film, and with the song If you want me, he consolidates the close bond that is created between the artist and the cinematographic environment. The song will be available on all platforms from November 18, the day after the film’s theatrical release.

Diodato for Diabolik- Ginko on the attack! with If You Want Me

New song coming out for Diodato, who has just returned from his world tour, which has touched several European capitals and even cities in the United States. If You Want Me is the soundtrack to Diabolik- Ginko Attack!, the new movie directed by Manetti Bros. and based on the story written by Angela and Luciana Giussani. Giacomo Gianniotti will be the protagonist of the film, which will pass to the notes of the new soundtrack which also bears the signature of Diodato. On the Carosello Records label, If You Want Me marks the return to the film industry for the young singer, especially after what turned out to be the wildly popular – and cuddly – ​​What a Wonderful Life.

Courtesy of the press office

One of the most awarded artists of the Italian music scene

Not a random choice that of Diodato, who asserts himself as one of the most awarded artists of the new Italian music scene. The singer began his rise with victory at the Sanremo Festival with Make noise, the same song that also saw him perform at the Eurovision Song Contest the same year. The following year he also won awards: the Mia Martini Critics Award, the Radio, Television and Web Press Room Award at Sanremo 2020, the Lunezia Award, the David di Donatello Award , the Nastri d’Argento, the Ciak d’Oro del public. Then along with What a wonderful life also come the awards for Best Original Song, Best Italian Act of the MTV Europe Music Awards and Telegatto in 2020 as Musician of the Year. Two songs that exploded the notoriety of an artist in continuous growth and more and more appreciated by the public for the melodies and the lyrics.

Courtesy of the press office

Exit mobile version