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Stop is a 2004 studio album by Franco De Vita. The first hit single was "Tú De Qué Vas", which reached No. 3 on Billboard Hot Latin Tracks and No. 1 Latin Pop Airplay. Ay Dios" and "Si La Ves", a collaboration with Sin Bandera, were also released as singles,m with the latter also hitting the Top 10 in Billboard. The album earned a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Album. Rosa o Clavel" - 3:51. Si La Ves" with Sin Bandera - 4:09. No Me Lastimes" - 4:28.
Nada Es Igual is a 1999 album by Franco De Vita released on the Sony label. The CD produced "Traigo Una Pena," a Top 5 hit on the Billboard Latin music charts. Other hits from the disc include "Si Tú No Estás" and "Te Veo Venir, Soledad. 4. Traigo una pena (Gilberto Santa Rosa, Victor Manuelle y Cheo Feliciano). 6. Te veo venir, Soledad (bachata). 7. Preso de mi propio sentimiento.
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Caracas, Venezuela, 23 de enero de 1954), conocido artísticamente como Franco de Vita, es un cantante, multiinstrumentista, compositor y productor musical de origen venezolano. Es considerado como un artista insignia de Venezuela, que forma parte de la generación de músicos pop desarrollados en Caracas durante los años 1980 y que dominaron la escena local durante las siguientes décadas, logrando vender más de 25 millones de discos en el mundo. Adicionalmente un Premio Latino de Honor de la Academia de las Artes y Ciencias de la Música de España, premios Lo Nuestro a la Música Latina, premio Periodista Latino, entre muchos otros. Variations: Viewing All Franco De Vita.
Redirected from Franco De Vita (album)). Franco De Vita (born January 23, 1954 in Caracas, Venezuela) is a Venezuelan Latin Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter. He signed with the CBS Records label in 1989, and in 1990, his album Extranjero had a song that reached No. 1 on the United States Latin charts and won an MTV Video Music Award
Franco De Vita (born January 23, 1954 in Caracas, Venezuela) is a singer-songwriter popular in Latin music. One of three children born in Latin America to Italian immigrants, De Vita’s family returned to Italy when he was 3. The family moved back to Venezuela when De Vita was 13, and he later studied piano at the university level. In 1982, De Vita formed the group Icaro, which released one self-titled album in his homeland.
Franco De Vita (born January 23, 1954 in Caracas, Venezuela) is a Venezuelan Latin Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter. 1 on the United States Latin charts and won an MTV Video Music Award. His 2004 album Stop reached the Top 10 throughout Latin America and on the United States Latin charts. In the United States alone, he has scored more than two dozen hits on the Billboard charts
Franco de Vita subsequently signed with CBS Records to release his third studio album Al Norte del Sur in 1988. The album earned widespread commercial success and critical acclaim, and highlighted de Vita’s thoughtful, socially conscious approach to life. Subsequent international hit-singles included Te Amo and Louis, the latter of which refers to a taxi driver daydreaming about the Beatles. The musician’s fourth full-length Extranjero, issued in 1990, built on the success of Al Norte del Sur producing the No. 1 . Latin Chart smash hit No Basta.