While the rumors about his presence at al ‘Sanremo Festival’ as a super guest and it is increasingly accredited as host of ‘Eurovision Song Contest’, Laura Pausini comes out Thursday with its new unreleased, ‘Box’, which will also accompany the new film ‘Laura Pausini – Nice to meet you’ for Amazon Original available soon exclusively on Prime Video. The artist, who last year conquered the Golden Globe and the Oscar nomination, the first Italian singer, has signed the text of ‘Box’ with Madame, both also authors of the music together with Shablo and Luca Faraone. The disc, released by Atlantic Warner, is produced by Shablo & Faraone, Paolo Carta and Madame.
“The box I sing about it is not a material object, it is a symbol of what contains our thoughts, memories, feelings, which holds what is true is contained in our heart, in our head – reveals Laura Pausini – I wondered about this and this intrigues me more today. Like all of us, I had two years in which everything slowed down and I had more time to dedicate to myself, to retrace many moments of a life so wonderfully normal that it moved me. I saw myself as a teenager again, I thought about the dreams I had and what I am today, looking for a meeting point “.
Until, he says, “at midnight and 41 minutes on 10 March 2021 a song arrived, written by Madame and dedicated to a teenage friendship, inspired by a post of mine in which I talked about my school friends. read immediately as a dialogue between the Laura of today and that of the past and in this key we have reviewed it and it has become the song that I felt perfect for my return. I love being able to tell that little girl I haven’t forgotten and that even if destiny has taken us far, even today and every day we are the same thing, the same person and today more than ever I am sure of this “.
The song ‘Box’ lasts 3 minutes and 28 seconds. From 8 pm on Thursday, thanks to Urban Vision, a leading media company in the sector of maxi billboards, with the support of Prime Video, the digital screens of Milano (Corso Garibaldi), Roma (Piazza Navona), Madrid (Callao Square), Paris (Tour Eiffel), Mexico City (numerous screens in various parts of the city), Brasilia (North Boulevard Wing), Miami (Bay Side) e New York (Times Square), for the first time they will host an exclusive 3D performance with the execution of the song that from that moment will be available in all digital stores.
As for the film, born from an original idea of Laura Pausini and written with Ivan Cotroneo and Monica Rametta e directed by Ivan Cotroneo, under the creative supervision of Francesca Picozza, produced by Endemol Shine Italy, will be available exclusively on Prime Video in 240 territories around the world in 2022. With ‘Laura Pausini – Nice to meet you’ shot between Italy and the USA, the artist ventures today, for the first time, in a film, which revolves around her and her story, showing a thought, still unknown to the public, that Laura has decided to turn into a film, which will see her for the first time in front of the camera.
“I’ve always wondered what would have happened if I hadn’t had the luck and perseverance to live such a crazy life, what would have changed and what would have been exactly the same thing, as the song says – he declares Laura Pausini – When I decided to make the film I realized that this was the way to go for tell about my life, my choices and what makes me who I am, finding a way to show my little girl my story so crazy, unexpected, tiring and unique. “
Always “accompanied by my family, my closest friends and collaborators, I have traveled the world and have had the privilege of performing on the most important stages and to sing with my greatest idols. Yet every morning I wake up and my thoughts always go to that girl who dreamed of playing piano bar. ‘Box’ it is the exact photograph of this: I think it is very common, especially for the period we are living, to make this type of balance sheet, it also helped me to understand many things and many aspects of myself. And it was a pleasure to meet me …“, concludes Laura Pausini.
(from Enzo Bonaiuto)