Achille Lauro

“Stripper” is Achille Lauro‘s entry for Eurovision 2022. The Italian singer-songwriter raised in Rome won the first edition of Una Voce per San Marino, the national selection held this year by the oldest Republic in the world to choose their act for Turin, beating 17 other acts. 

On the PalaOlimpico stage in Turin, he will once again meet Italy’s Mahmood and Blanco, who only a few weeks ago competed against him at Sanremo.


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San Marino at Eurovision 2022: Achille Lauro “Stripper”

Lauro De Marinis, aka Achille Lauro, is a name that Eurovision and Sanremo fans know very well. The artist has indulged in a variety of genres throughout his career, from rap to trap to rock and pop, and has taken the stage at the Italian Sanremo Music Festival four times in a row, both as a competitor and as a guest.

He debuted at Sanremo in 2019 with “Rolls Royce”, and he immediately returned to the Riviera Ligure in 2020 with “Me ne frego”. His last appearance at the Ariston Theatre was in early February 2022 with “Domenica”, a song that made a lot of waves in Italy because Lauro simulated a baptism on stage.

Achille Lauro is a creative, provocative and eccentric performer. On more than one occasion, and despite the fact that his career began in the hip-hop scene from Rome, Lauro has declared that he does not like to be cast in the well-known stereotype of the street rapper. In fact, he has always departed from the canonical look of hip-hop artists, causing a stir with his over-the-top clothing choices.

What do the “Stripper” lyrics mean?

This is what Achille Lauro says about “Stripper”: “I would define it as a punk-rock song, even though I prefer not to give a label to the things I do. It’s a track based on the duality of man and woman, I would call it a feminist anthem. It’s about feeling like a woman and not worrying about outside judgment.”

“Stripper” lyrics – Achille Lauro (San Marino ESC 2022)

Written and composed by: Lauro De Marinis, Davide Petrella, Francesco Viscovo, Simon Pietro Manzari, Daniele Dezi, Daniele Mungai, Mattia Cutolo, Marco Lanciotti, Gregorio Calculli and Mattia Ciceroni.

Italian-English text

È una stripper, sì
Questo amore è uno strip club, yeah
Il mio cuore è in un freezer, freezer
Sono a letto col killer, thriller

Like a virgin, virgin
Questo è un film, London Calling, call me
Ah, I love Britney
È il diavolo in una Birkin

Ma che stupida voglia che ho
Quella stupida voglia
Metto la gonna più corta che ho
E vado fuori, ah
E vado fuori di me

I don’t know
All I need is love
All I need is love
All I need is love
All I need is love

Ma che stupida voglia che ho
Ma guarda che donna che sono
Nessuno mi può giudicare
Ti fidi di me?
Che stupido uomo

Cowboy, il mio cuore è il suo sex toy
Il mio bad boy
Madonna su Playboy
È una Barbie, ha 600 cavalli, ah, uh
Il suo beagle
È il mio Personal Jesus

I don’t know
All I need is love
All I need is love
All I need is love
All I need is love

Ma che stupida voglia che ho
Madonna, che donna che sono
Nessuno mi può giudicare
Ti fidi di me?
Che stupido uomo

Ma che stupida voglia
Ma che stupida voglia
Metto la gonna più corta che ho
E vado fuori, ah
E vado fuori di me

Oh no, no, no, no

Ma che stupida voglia che ho (all I need is love)
Madonna che donna che sono (all I need is love)
Nessuno mi può giudicare (all I need is love)
Ti fidi di me? (all I need is love)
Che stupido uomo

I don’t know

English translation

She’s a stripper, yes
This love is a strip club, yeah
My heart is in a freezer, freezer
I’m in bed with the killer, thriller

Like a virgin, virgin
This is a movie, London Calling, call me
Ah, I love Britney
She’s the devil in a Birkin

What a foolish desire I have
That foolish desire
I wear the shortest skirt I have
And go out, ah
And I go out of my mind

I don’t know
All I need is love
All I need is love
All I need is love
All I need is love

What a foolish desire I have
Look at the woman I am
No one can judge me
Do you trust me?
What a stupid man

Cowboy, my heart is his sex toy
My bad boy
Madonna on Playboy
She is a Barbie, she has 600 horsepower, ah, uh
Her beagle
Is my Personal Jesus

I don’t know
All I need is love
All I need is love
All I need is love
All I need is love

What a foolish desire I have
Oh my goodness, what a woman I am
No one can judge me
Do you trust me?
What a stupid man

What a foolish desire
What a foolish desire
I wear the shortest skirt I have
And go out, ah
And I go out of my mind

Oh no, no, no, no

What a foolish desire I have (all I need is love)
Oh my goodness, what a woman I am (all I need is love)
No one can judge me (all I need is love)
Do you trust me? (all I need is love)
What a stupid man

I don’t know

What do you think of “Stripper”? Do you think Achille Lauro could bring San Marino to the final for the third time in a row? Tell us in the comment section below!

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Mitch
Mitch
4 months ago

He had me at I LOVE BRITNEY! <3

Simona
Simona
4 months ago

Absolute crap. “Feminist anthem” indeed!
And the performance was disgusting, revolting porn music. I’m glad it didn’t make it through to the final.

Bagge Music Project
Bagge Music Project
5 months ago

“All I need is rrooovee, all I need is roovv”

Maria
Maria
6 months ago

Written and composed by… 10 people. And the result is mediocre in my opinion. Feels like such a desperate attempt.
Some people would do anything to sell well and become/remain famous. They would virtually sell their soul to have their 5 or 10 minutes.  Desecrate or ridicule other people’s sanctities, if that’s what it takes.
By the way, I’m a woman and don’t feel empowered by this “feminist anthem” in any way – quite the contrary.

Last edited 6 months ago by Maria
Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago

Good point. As someone else noticed here, the lyrics are a bunch of citations from lyrics or titles of other songs. Probably they needed all this people because each one was adding one of this citations, not having found someone with enough music knowledge and background to remind them all. They should have called. I could remind all the citations by myself. You know, the lyrics of this song are so elaborate, dreamy, full of deep meaning
… they needed a bunch of 10 people to make it look not too much ridiculous, but they failed. It’s ridiculous.

Last edited 7 months ago by Vincenzo
Gippa
Gippa
7 months ago

People didn’t get that the lyrics are a pastiche of other songs (English and Italian ones).
This pastiche thing is an Achille Lauro signature, like it or hate it, but it’s meant to sound fragmented like that, it’s a stylistic choice.

Luísa
Luísa
7 months ago

this blog’s comment section is meaner than youtube’s why are you guys like that?

Simona
Simona
4 months ago
Reply to  Luísa

We were asked for our opinion. You asked for it – you got it.

Sabrina
Sabrina
7 months ago

Achille, you’re great, but these lyrics aren’t feminist, the same way the ones in “Jezebel” aren’t either. Both songs are about femme fatales (“Jezebel” from the point of view or someone who’s attracted to her, “Stripper” from the point of view of someone who’s putting themselves on her place) and I trust the songwriters of both weren’t being anything but supportive when decided to picture strong sexy female characters, but feminism is way more complex than this. That said, the lyrics are very casual, while his Sanremo entries had more actual content. But they fit his provocative style. I have… Read more »

Jonas
Jonas
7 months ago
Reply to  Sabrina

I don’t think he actually meant feminism. I think this song is about men. Men who aren’t “manly” enough for society, men who feel they don’t conform.

Sabrina
Sabrina
7 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Since it’s “based on the duality of woman and man” it would make more sense to say it’s about gender non-conforming and the freedom of being who you are. Because this is 100% what Achille Lauro represents these days. In any case, I trust his good intentions. As Ellie pointed, he has been very supportive to women and shared a beautiful moment with Lorenada Bertè in this year’s Sanremo. I just don’t need one more Eurovision with the word “feminist” being thrown away randomly, you know? It’s not good for the cause and for the artists that start being attacked… Read more »

Jonas
Jonas
7 months ago
Reply to  Sabrina

I don’t know why, but I just imagined the person in the song to be a man. A man playing a character, maybe working in a club. Achille’s description of the song would fit this if he had just left out the “feminist” part.

I’m probably wrong, but still, as a listener I can take my own meaning from it. The same way I have made Croatia’s song about a woman married to a man but dreaming of another woman.

Sabrina
Sabrina
7 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

As some artists use to say, the moment they release a song, it’s not “their” anymore, because the audience will be free to give it a new meaning.

Timi
Timi
7 months ago
Reply to  Sabrina

Don’t worry Sabrina, no one destroyed the concept of feminism this year more than Rigoberta Baldini. Nothing can be worse than that.

Achille is just feeling it—feminism is also about being yourself, and if the woman he’s feeling wants to be a femme fatale, good for her.

Sabrina
Sabrina
7 months ago
Reply to  Timi

I wouldn’t say Rigoberta did any harm to feminism. Her song had interesting lyrics, the use of motherhood to claim how visible breasts shouldn’t be instantly sexualized was quite clever. I’m sure it generated some necessary discussions in Spain. I just think she missed a mark in terms of presentation, because she focused too much on the provocation and what was supposed to be anthemic ended up a little cartoonist. I wanted to see more of Delacroix on it, like in the moment she and her dancers joined arms like they were in a march.

Kosey
Kosey
7 months ago

He is so magnetic, exactly what you want from a rock star. I think he’s going to do really well.

Fatima
Fatima
7 months ago

He seems to be winning the momentum race, as things stand

Alex
Alex
7 months ago

the lyrics are very bad, he really needs to revamp the song.

DOMENICA was by miles better and would’ve given him a good place with juries AND public.

That’s a bad decision from his side which will be seen in May.

In the eyes of the average viewer, he will be seen as the 2022 Damiano. Yes i know they are different and Achille had a career before Maneskin blabla… i said in the eyes of the average viewers who know nothing about Achille and know Damiano from last year…

Last edited 7 months ago by Alex
noone
noone
7 months ago

“I love Britney” never imagined to hear that at Eurovision :-)) but sadly that’s the only thing I like about this song/performance. I liked the San Remo song much better, but I respect him and his artistry.

Esc addict
Esc addict
7 months ago

Some italian eurofans here hate him apparently ok one more reason for me to like and support him. I love his aesthetic, San Marino top 10 this year I feel it, he will do something crazy on stage I’m sure.

Esc addict
Esc addict
7 months ago
Reply to  Esc addict

I prefer him largely to Maneskin and I prefer his song to Mahmood’s song, VIVA SAN MARINO!

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Esc addict

You would do everything to p i ss off Italy. I am curious to know from which sad country are you from. I believe I would get the answers I seek.

willchrisiam
willchrisiam
7 months ago

WebMD in the house!

MyName
MyName
7 months ago

He is such a fascinating performer. I like his style. And more importantly. I just LOVE the song to bits. I really hope it will take San Marino to the final! Do you think the short length (around 2:25) can work in it’s disfavour though?

Polegend Godgarina
7 months ago

nobody here in italy cares about his gimmicks anymore so i can see why he’s now looking for an international audience

Alex
Alex
7 months ago

i think he expects to have the success of Damiano with viewers…

Polegend Godgarina
7 months ago
Reply to  Alex

bless his heart

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago

He should learn how to sing, first. Then to write memorable songs. Not the same “lagna tutta uguale”. The most pumped up singer in Italy. Each time one of his songs is accepted in Sanremo, another more deserving singer is excluded. We all know his family is very important in Rome so nobody wants to go against him. Secondo me all’ESC si brucia e prenderà solo pesci in faccia. Non sono tutti di bocca buona come noi Italiani.

Last edited 7 months ago by Vincenzo
ete sech
ete sech
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Regarding what you said in Italian: la tuya por si acaso XD

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  ete sech

You are right. Sorry for the italian words. But there are some sentence that are quite difficult to translate in another language. Lagna is a “boring lament”, like when a baby complains when he doesn’t get what he wants. Then I said he will burn himself in ESC. In Europe non every fans will understand his music and his moves on the stage.

ete sech
ete sech
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Thx for your kind reply! I appreciate that you really understood my answer, I didn’t expect that! XD

Polegend Godgarina
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

magari si potrà fare un bagno di umiltà

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago

Gli servirebbe, molto. Anche perché sinceramente è di un presenzialismo insopportabile. Ed ammorbarci per ben 4 anni a Sanremo con sue canzoni tutte uguali, con la sua voce senza le qualità che dovrebbe avere quella di un vero cantante, i sui sbiascicamenti svociati e strascicati al microfono. Ora, visto che si è presentato per San Marino, un bel paio d’anni di ostracismo a Sanremo, se li meriterebbe pure. L’anno prossimo si presenti ancora con San Marino. Presentarsi CONTEMPORANEAMENTE, a Sanremo e San Marino è una ruffianata inenarrabile ed un affronto agli altri cantanti, specie quelli che sono arrivati in classifica… Read more »

Last edited 7 months ago by Vincenzo
Cbl
Cbl
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Ma che poi ha fatto Queer baiting per anni per poi rivelarsi ciò che è: supportando Pio e Amedeo dopo il loro discorso sulla libertà di dire “ricchi*One”. La gente crede che questo qui sia chissà quale avanguardia… È solo un buffone che ha capito come piacere alla gente credulona con questo suo fare da finto avanguardista

Ellie
Ellie
7 months ago

Achille frequently duets with women where they are the ones to shine and he takes the backseat. Then he champions them and is publicly their biggest fan. Promoting these lyrics as feminist is silly on his part, but neither do I question his genuine support for female artists in an Italian music industry that has barely grappled with its sexism. Maybe since he hasn’t released the studio recording we’ll get some changes to make this less superficial.

Vale
Vale
7 months ago
Reply to  Ellie

He duets with women with powerful voices, because he lacks in terms of vocal abilities.

Ellie
Ellie
7 months ago
Reply to  Vale

Good for him having self awareness lol. But that’s why I consider him more of a performance artist, a provocateur. I don’t really rate him as a singer (his samba trap suits him more, but that’s likely an unpopular opinion), but artists can still have value beyond pure skill.

Vale
Vale
7 months ago
Reply to  Ellie

I am sorry to wake you up from your fairy tale world, but an artist (a real one) has to have a minimum of vocal skills.

Jonas
Jonas
7 months ago
Reply to  Vale

Leonard Cohen wasn’t the best singer, at least not when he was older – nobody cared. His last album was wonderful.

Vale
Vale
7 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Oh please, this comparison is just pointless. Leonard Cohen was a song-writer and also a poet who wrote outstanding lyrics. Achille Lauro is a performer who writes trivial and rather ordinary songs.

Jonas
Jonas
7 months ago
Reply to  Vale

I’m not even thinking of Achille Lauro, just replying to the last thing you said about what people need to be an artist.

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Jonas, you cannot compare Leonard Cohen and Achille Lauro. Leonard Cohen has composed songs with wonderful lyrics and music. Achille Lauro fails both as a singer and as a composer. His compositions are like fresh water from the tap. They last 3 seconds and then vanish in the drain. I am sure I will remember forever any song from Måneskin, or Rapide from Mahmood, but i don’t remember even what Achille Lauro presented in the last 4 Sanremos. The only thing I remember is his crazy costumes. And that is not something you would only remember from a singer/songwriter. Or… Read more »

Last edited 7 months ago by Vincenzo
Ellie
Ellie
7 months ago
Reply to  Vale

Within the Eurovision world, sure, vocal ability is an important factor in how he’ll be received. Let’s say I’d be surprised if he’s a jury favorite. But as he’s an established artist outside of our bubble, I’m assuming his performance will play to his own strengths: the staging, the visual, the fashion, the attention grabbing. Based on what I’ve heard from his song, do I think he should be competing for the win? Of course not. But that doesn’t mean I can’t (hopefully) enjoy the spectacle.

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Ellie

Your comment is wise and I appreciate it. Let’s enjoy the show he will put on the stage. Let’s hope he will not use the same cheap gimmicks he used on Sanremo’s stage, like baptism ceremonies, sliding his hand in the crotch, or other provocative actions. There is a limit. He can kiss whoever he wants but simulating sexual acts on a stage with a 200Mln audience is another thing. I hope EBU will explain him what he can and can’t do onstage. General reminder, EBU has mandated Måneskin to censor two words which are nowadays uses in any TV… Read more »

Simona
Simona
4 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

His “cheap gimmicks” were absolutely disgusting.

aer
aer
7 months ago

meh I don’t see this qualifying for the final tbh. Saw the performance, it was boring. not good or bad just meh, no spark, no energy, sounds like some generic 90s pop punk song, the lyrics are just random words that rhyme but make little sense. the guy’s voice is just ok, nothing to write home about.

Jo.
Jo.
7 months ago

Eurofans hating on him? It must mean SUCCESS

noneofyourbusinesspeasant
noneofyourbusinesspeasant
7 months ago

you sound bitter lmao

Pearli
Pearli
7 months ago

Try Drag Race Show if Italy has one. Eurovision? I don’t see it.

Joe
Joe
7 months ago
Reply to  Pearli

Go outside and take a walk or something

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Hahaha. You are funny. As soon as someone criticizes your soulmate Achille Lauro you get nervous. Maybe you are not even Italian. Me, and some other here, are Italian, so we perfectly know more than you about Achille Lauro. So does the televote in Sanremo. The journaljsts in the jury and the demoscopic jury. None of them has ever placed Achille Lauro in the top 3.

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago

The fact Wiwibloggs team has a weakness for Achille Lauro is clear. Look at Deban. He was so harsch and bitter against Mäneskin, and even today, after all their success, he still has problems to admit he was wrong. On the contrary, with Stripper he is so supportive and has given a very positive feedback, even though I personally believe Zitti e Buoni is one million times better than this song. I am sure that if it was the proposal for Italy and not from San Marino, Deban would have been so negative.

Illi
Illi
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Deban can dislike whatever song he wants to hate, even if the song won the contest.

Last edited 7 months ago by Illi
Kaija
Kaija
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

They have the right to have an opinion, even if it is expressed in a bad manner. It is called wiwiBLOGGS for a reason, not wiwiNEWS. Blogs are mostly biased and are meant for discussion.

Vale
Vale
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Let’s be honest. Deban evaluation of a song/entry is always based on his personal likes/dislikes of the singer (and sometimes of the country), certainly not based on the quality of the song, the voice of the singer or other technical criteria. So it’s not a surprise if over the years, Deban didn’t get often it right.

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Vale

I totally agree and it’s what I wanted to say. Deban’s likes or dislikes are personal/political/marketing with no technical or quality judgment at all. That’s why he has been wrong a lot of times.

Vale
Vale
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

You are right. I forgot the marketing push…..

Alex
Alex
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

William has a bigger crush on Achille

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Alex

I know. William’s judgements are depending on the exposition of nipples of the male singer. I am sure he would give to Achille Lauro 100 points instead od 12 if he had 6 or 7 nipples, not only 2. While I may also agree on the opinion that tiny male nipples are sexy, I have to highlight the fact the ones of Achille Lauro are not sexy at all because they are like “due rondelle da 32 millimetri” on a chest devastated by crazy and incredibly ugly tattoos. So, not sexy at all to my eyes. If we add the… Read more »

Last edited 7 months ago by Vincenzo
Jonas
Jonas
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Nobody cares what body type you like. We don’t need to know.

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Why not? You do complain that Deban has the right to tell me his ideas and to destroy a singer for his own particular perspective on how a good song should be (so he thinks the lousy voice of Achille Lauro is better than the strong one of Damiano David or the high pitched and angelic of Mahmood), and I don’t have the right to freely express myself saying the voice and songs of Achille Lauro are talentless? And the fact he forced himself into ESC winning (thanks to the political favour of a jury) is a little bit shameful?… Read more »

Jonas
Jonas
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Vincenzo, you can say what you like about Achille Lauro’s music, or Achille Lauro as a performer – but leave his nipples alone.

Esc addict
Esc addict
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

The frustration of some Italians because DEBANADERIMIDOTCOM don’t give enough love and attention to them, hilarious.

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Esc addict

If there is someone frustrated here it’s only you. Probably you don’t live in a beautiful country like Italy. The food of your country is crap and when you want to eat something delicious you have to go in an italian restaurant. Or you go to a museum to see some painting or sculpture of an italian artist. I understand you are such a sad person with a problem with Italy and Italians. We forgive you. But, please, don’t come in vacation in Italy. We don’t want people like you. To be clear, my likes or dislikes are based on… Read more »

Last edited 7 months ago by Vincenzo
ngangongo
ngangongo
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

stop being a drama queen Vincenzo. Irony! Eat some pasta with plenty of irony sauce…

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  ngangongo

Am-I a drama queen? Oh my god. I am old, lonely, bitter and sad. But despite all this, I still prefer singers who are able to sing or have some skills in the singing, or, at least, compose wonderful songs. And don’t trick by subscribing to two different music contests in order to force the presence into ESC for a pure marketing purpouse. If he was not doing this by participating either to Sanremo or Sanmarino, I would be supportive of his presence to ESC, despite I don’t like his music. But we all know San Marino usually picks up… Read more »

Last edited 7 months ago by Vincenzo
Gear
Gear
7 months ago

Even knowing the lyrics, I still hear “All I need is rock”.

Alex
Alex
7 months ago

The song needs a revamp immediately.

Achille needs to be more energetic on stage, he looked bored.

I am a bit concerned that he will be over the top in Turin’s stage, like high heels etc. I hope he keeps it classy so that the juries don’t see it as a joke ridiculous entry from San Marino.

Alex
Alex
7 months ago

William is in love with him 😛 watch the reaction of his performance haha

Joe
Joe
7 months ago

That’s the way the ball bounces, innit? You work your butt off to put together a gigantic national final for your tiny country, you manage to get an incredibly popular musician from your neighboring country to represent you…and all Eurofans can talk about is him being overrated and San Marino still being a joke. Because screw trying, I guess. Can’t wait to go through it all again next year. Eurovision fans can be like Dementors sometimes, just sucking all the joy out of something that should be celebrated.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Easy Joe, we’re not all dementors from Harry Potter. 🙂
Lauro won a national final, so he has earned my respect for that. The song has a few messages; again, respect. Punk can sometimes be my scene too, but I’ll leave Lauro to his corner.

Jonas
Jonas
7 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

What this song is about and the mention of Harry Potter makes me want to talk about JK Rowling, but I won’t.

Joe
Joe
7 months ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Obviously not ALL Eurovision fans…but a disheartening amount this season in particular.

Jonas
Jonas
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

I will be supporting San Marino as much as you do this year, I promise. Well, almost as much…

Joe
Joe
7 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Lies! Until you have a San Marino Christmas jumper like I do, I will question your loyalty to the Most Serene Republic and our Lord and Savior, Serhat.

Joe
Joe
7 months ago

Again, you didn’t have to click on the article. The more you click on articles about Achille Lauro, the more they write them. That’s how creating internet content works.

DonutLover
DonutLover
7 months ago

Oh please..
And “Muskarcina” is a song about freedom of love and loving without limits… i mean…

sam
sam
7 months ago
Reply to  DonutLover

leave my queen sara jo out of this

Joe
Joe
7 months ago

Adrenalina needed more

Illi
Illi
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

That’s so true!

Aeria
Aeria
7 months ago

Not my cup of tea but it’s cool that it’s there. Happy for Achille that he does get his chance to compete in Eurovision after all

Vale
Vale
7 months ago

Why do you give so much coverage to this performer (attention seeker) far from what a real artist is? Italians say ‘tutta fuffa’!

Joe
Joe
7 months ago
Reply to  Vale

Why do you have to read it?

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Vale

Oh Vale. I agree with you so much.

Joe
Joe
7 months ago
Reply to  Vincenzo

Cuz you’re the same person with different accounts, get an actual hobby my guy

Vale
Vale
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

No, we are not the same person. And I think you should start to respect other people’s opinions, instead of accusing them of cheating. Also I am wondering if you know well the Italian music scene and what really Achille Lauro did in the last couple of years in terms of music: exactly noting new, he just proposed the same stuff over and over, pushing his image and music like a marketing product. That’s why, people punished him in Sanremo ranking this year and also in terms of Spotify and music sales. After a while, if an artist has not… Read more »

Last edited 7 months ago by Vale
Esc addict
Esc addict
7 months ago
Reply to  Vale

“Punished him” loool! I wonder the age of some wiwi readers sometimes….very low I guess in some cases.

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Vale

Caro Vale, certo che tra ESC addict e Joe abbiamo a che fare con due deficienti.

Last edited 7 months ago by Vincenzo
Polegend Godgarina
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

hahaha the exposé !

Esc addict
Esc addict
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Lol caught, good job Joe! It’s blatant! A pure monologue in fact lol.

Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Anyway, please share your stupid and elaborate conspiracy theories somewhere else. You have the right to get excited because Achille Lauro shows his nipples (disregardless of the quality of his music) and I have the right to say I don’t consider him a singer but only a marketing act. Good for the stupid people who listen to music without any quality.

Last edited 7 months ago by Vincenzo
Vincenzo
Vincenzo
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

I confirm I am not Vale. Additionally we argued a lot in the past. I don’t remember on which topic. So I don’t believe my brain is screwed enough to be angry with another version of me. I only share the opinion with Vale that Achille Lauro cannot sing. He has a terrible voice. His lyrics are silly and dumb and quite “ruffiane”. The only thing is that he likes to shock. Additionally I hate his tattoos, especially the ones on the face. And seing him always naked on the stage, with the tattoos everywhere, pushes me to puke. Especially… Read more »

Euroboitoy
Euroboitoy
7 months ago

Beyonce has had hits written by 15 people.Lady Gaga similar.

Euroboitoy
Euroboitoy
7 months ago
Reply to  Euroboitoy

yup hahaha

musica
musica
7 months ago

Come on, just say you wrote a nonsense song for the fun of it. It’s okay, not every song is supposed to have a deeper meaning.

Illi
Illi
7 months ago

Probably they acredited the entire band, not only producers and lyricists.

ete sech
ete sech
7 months ago
Reply to  Illi

Regional Mexican songs are usually written by 1-2 guys and maybe produced by another more guy, but they always credit the whole band/group that plays the song, and those bands/groups normally have 15-30 members. I assumed that was the case lol

Little Miss Sassy
Little Miss Sassy
7 months ago

Too much Achille from this website.

Euroboitoy
Euroboitoy
7 months ago

let me guess, not enough Mahmood?

Disappointed
Disappointed
7 months ago

With all due respect but those lyrics are stupid and I don’t see how they are feminist at all. Just having confidence in yourself is not feminism. Putting on a skirt as a man does not make you a feminist. Feminism is about changing structual inequality and harassment and I don’t feel like these lyrics are doing that at all, quite the opposite actually.

Illi
Illi
7 months ago
Reply to  Disappointed

Yeah, I think Achille has a miss conception about what feminism is. Like “Jezebel” by The Rasmus, who they define as feminist too.

ales
ales
7 months ago
Reply to  Disappointed

thank you! nowadays anything is labeled as feminist — this song, like the rasmus’ jezebel, are certainly not feminist in any way.

Dawid
Dawid
7 months ago
Reply to  Disappointed

idk, maybe they thought it would sell better if they said it’s feminist

Pietro
Pietro
7 months ago
Reply to  Disappointed

I agree with you, recently I even read someone saying that Slomo is feminist…

John
John
7 months ago

Thank you for translating the lyrics. Anyone that puts in a Depeche Mode song title in their song has my support.

Joe
Joe
7 months ago
Reply to  John

Depeche Mode and The Clash! In a song written for San Marino! It’s like this song was made for me!

Teeks
Teeks
7 months ago
Reply to  Joe

I appreciate the Caterina Caselli reference. “Nessuno mi puo giudicare” is one of the biggest gay anthems in Italy.