WATCH: Nina Zilli hits out at contemporary society on “Domani Arriverà (Modern Art)”

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She was the second Italian to shine at Eurovision after their long hiatus. And between chart hits and talent show judging gigs, Nina Zilli has barely stopped since her ninth place finish in Baku. Earlier this month she released her latest single “Domani Arriverà (Modern Art)” — it’s literally a piece of art.

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Non-Italian speakers will only understand the words “internet” and “Wi-Fi”, so here’s the gist of what’s going on.

Translating as “Tomorrow Will Come (Modern Art)”, the single sees Nina hit out at contemporary society’s reliance on the internet. She urges us to stop browsing for a moment and to instead look at the world around us.

We should head to city, take in the trees, gaze at the moon. Because the world is like modern art.

Having dabbled with reggae on “Mi hai fatto fare tardi”, Nina takes the opportunity to surprise once again. This time she tries her hand at rapping, and she’s really rather good. From the bluesy “Per Sempre” to her jazzy Eurovision entry, it seems Nina can tackle any music genre like a pro.

 Nina Zilli “Domani Arriverà (Modern Art)” (Official Music Video)

Nina Zilli after Eurovision

Since bringing Italy the second of its five top ten finishes this decade, Nina Zilli has been involved with many impressive projects. Her Eurovision entry “L’amore e Femmina” achieved gold status in November 2012, selling 30,000 copies.

In 2015, Ms Zilli joined the Italia’s Got Talent judging panel. She’s also released lots of music. Standouts include “Sola” and “#RLL”.

What do you think of the Nina’s new song? Do you want to see her return to Eurovision? Let us know in the comments below.

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