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    Daniel Adomako not giving up

    by Ghana Music.com
    posted Tuesday, 22 April 2014 22:21| 0 Comments

    Daniel Adomako was born in Ghana on February 21, 1991 and began singing at the age of three in the gospel choir of his church.

    When he first arrived in Italy - in Prevalle, in the province of Brescia - in 2004, he immediately started nurturing his natural talent by attending singing lessons. In October 2008 he joined Annamaria Bognaís "Christian Hubmann" Association, while at present he still performs as a soloist in the ìGiocantoî polyphonic choir of treble voices of Villanuova sul Clisi, conducted by Maestro Maria Maddalena Goffi.

    In the second half of the year 2000, he received numerous awards, winning the Iuvenilia Song Festival, the Cantavirle, the Musical Festival of the Valtenesi and the Botticino Music Festival until, in 2010, Daniel took a chance on X Factor: he stopped before the home visit, but the video on YouTube of his audition in front of the judges has gone down in history with the title of "Falsetto si, falsetto no" reaching more than half a million views.

    In 2011 he took part in the final stage of X Factor 5, that for Daniel Adomako ended with the home visit at the Villa Reale in Monza, in front of the captain of the Under Men team, Morgan.

    Danielís debut album arrived with the compilation "Music Dreamers Vol. 3", contained in the slipcase with four CDs, "Hit Mania 2012", published by Universo Media Group in November 29, 2011; in the compilation two of Danielís songs are included: "B.O.Y. (Because Of You)" and "Loosin ' Control, of which he is the author of both music and lyrics. Since December 2011, the two songs have been downloadable from iTunes.

    With Jo D'Ambrosioís song "Occhi Blu", Daniel participated in Sanremo Social 2012 for Universo Media Group.

    On April 20, 2012, invited by Steinway Society, he took part in the Verona Classical Music World: in the Sala Clementi, Daniel Adomako sang two arias by Georg Friedrich Handel ("Ombra mai fu" and "Lascia ch'io pianga"), accompanied by Maestro Alessandro Costantini at the piano.

    On September 30, 2012 Daniel (who in the meantime had started to attend the singing class at the "Luca Marenzio" Conservatory in Brescia) won the Special Jury Prize at the International Competition of Sacred Music "Beata Paola Montaldi" in Volta Mantovana.

    On November 9, 2012 he was part of Mika's Polka Dot Choir, which accompanied Mika at the Gran Teatro Geox in Padua.

    With Franci Omi's song "Stai", Daniel participated in the selections for Sanremo Giovani 2013 for Universo Media Group and was among the sixty artists selected by the Musical Commission chaired by Mauro Pagani.

    On March 16, 2013 he won the fourth edition of Italia's Got Talent.

    On April 30, 2013 (preceded on April 12th by the digital single "Per sempre") in stores and in digital stores for Sony Music Italy, with the Columbia label, the debut EP was presented, simply entitled "Daniel Adomako".

    The album, produced by Diego Calvetti, contained the three songs with which Daniel had captivated the audiences and judges of Italia's Got Talent: "Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen, "At Last" by Etta James and "Lascia chíio pianga" by Handel. In addition to these, there were four new songs that Daniel performed with his exceptional vocal talents and his unique style: ìPer sempreî, ìNon siamo eterniî (which was released as the second single on July 19th), "Vetro" and the aforementioned "Stai".

    On April 11, 2014, preceded by the video and its ìmaking-ofî, Daniel Adomako's new single, a duet with Michele Grandinetti in the cover of "Money on My Mindî, Sam Smithís great international success, came out on iTunes and other digital stores.

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