Gemelli Diversi

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Gemelli DiVersi
Gemelli DiVersi.jpg
Gemelli Diversi in a Live
Background information
Origin Milan, Lombardy, Italy
Genres Hip-Hop
Years active 1997-2014
Website [1]
Members Thema, Strano, THG
Past members Grido

Gemelli DiVersi is an Italian hip hop group.

Biography[edit]

Gemelli DiVersi formed in 1997 in Milan when two Italian rap crews, La Cricca and Rima Nel Cuore, merged. Their first single was 1998's "Un attimo ancora", rapped over a sample of Pooh's "Dammi solo un minuto". The song and the accompanying album were hits in Italy, and the group subsequently made an appearance in a Coca-Cola commercial. 4x4, their sophomore release, followed in 2000, and the group toured with Eros Ramazzotti.

In 2002, they returned with the album Fuego and the single "Mary", which became a massive hit in Italy, charting for eight months. In 2003, the group was named Best Italian Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards. They appeared at Live 8 in Italy in 2005 and starred in their own MTV Italy show called Pimp My Wheels, based on Pimp My Ride.[citation needed] In 2007 they released the album Boom! and in 2009 they released Senza Fine : Greatest Hits 98-09, featuring all their singles along with four new songs.

Members[edit]

Actual members[edit]

  • Alessandro Merli (THG) - DJ
  • Francesco Stranges (Strano) - vocals
  • Emanuele Busnaghi (Thema) - rapping

Past members[edit]

  • Luca Paolo Aleotti (Grido) - from 1997 to 2014

Discography[edit]

  • Gemelli DiVersi (1998)
  • 4x4 (2000)
  • Come piace a me (2001)
  • Fuego (2002)
  • Fuego Special Edition (2xCD) (2003)
  • Reality Show (2004)
  • Boom! (2007)
  • Senza fine '98 -'09 (2009)(ITA: Gold)
  • Tutto da capo (2012)

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