Gigi D’Ambruoso – How We Can Say

Published on: 2020-10-30

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Luigi D’Ambruoso, born in 1982 in a Municipality of the Province of Bari, is a dance music composer, better known in his field with the name of Gigi. From an early age, he was immediately fascinated by the rhythmic impulses created by the bass line and the bass drum, so much so that, starting from the early 90s, he began to dive into the world of dance sounds by studying and learning, as a self-taught, mixing techniques.

1997 was the year in which Gigi, on the basis of a more solid experience, but at the same time more and more eager to expand, actually decides to launch into the world of music, starting to get noticed as a deejay in local private parties.

After a few years, however, tired of the limited opportunities that his city offers him, he decides to take advantage of his now skilled skills as a deejay and sound engineer, working as a tourist entertainer at the Samarcanda and Alpitour facilities.

These years, from 2000 to 2008, offered him the opportunity to travel and make himself known around the world, as well as the opportunity to further enrich his wealth of experience in the musical field. In 2008, once back in his hometown, he tries to resume the musical tour he left a few years earlier but, unable to expand it as he would like, he decides to abandon the role of deejay to start undertaking what had always been his true passion.

Thus he begins to create his own remixes and dance compositions, such as Inside of me (with the voice of his dear friend Marica Mancini), Massive, Tell Me, Be free, Experiment, Reminder of the season, She’s gone, The light in space, Call weekend.

To date, with these songs, the artist Gigi D’Ambruoso is enjoying considerable success in the field of the digital music market, especially thanks to the collaboration with Tunecore and Zimbalam, the two best digital portals for the distribution of music.

Waiting for further news from the artist, for now, the peak of his success can be attributed to the hit song Inside of me – Ft. Molly, which was, for the last quarter of 2013, the first single in the sales and streaming charts of the Zimbalam portal.

Passion and courage in music; another success, all from Conversano, this time comes from the field of music and sees two of our fellow citizens as protagonists: Gigi D’Ambruoso, composer of dance music since 2008, and Marica Mancini, recently graduated in singing at the Nino Rota Conservatory in Monopoli .

Two artists who, although different in culture and musical genre, combining their talents, have been able to find the right harmony and, together, are reaching important musical goals.

From the beginning their collaboration promised well, so much so that a few days ago they received the award-plate for their first hit song “Inside of me – Ft. Molly”, which resulted, for the last quarter of ‘year 2013, the first single in the sales and streaming ranking of the digital portal Zimbalam

Strengthened by their success, and even more enthusiastic about their work together, they have recently produced a second song, “Apollo 13”, which, despite being released on the 16th of the current month, has already recorded numerous plays, which bodes well. in reaching another important milestone.

The collaboration cultivated over the years with various artists has led Luigi D’Ambruoso to open up to different musical genres, to create his own record label called Gd Records and therefore to grow a lot from a professional as well as a personal point of view.

Gd Records is an independent record company born in July 2014, initially with the aim of sponsoring exclusively the creations of its owner Luigi D’Ambruoso, and subsequently expanded to give the possibility to other artists to be able to publish and make known their music, whatever genre it belongs to.

It has in fact obtained considerable feedback, with authors of different categories of genre, thanks to the unique initiative of releasing to its artists 100% of the royalties (copyright) obtained from the sale of their songs, a policy that no record company has ever implemented until to now.

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