QUEVEDO – BZRP Music Sessions #52 (Dance Bootleg by Magna Romagna)

Quevedo is a Spanish artist who is known for his participation in the BZRP Music Sessions, an online music project that features various artists creating original songs. Quevedo’s contribution to the project is in the 52nd song, which showcases his unique style and musical talent. With his own take on the BZRP Music Sessions, Quevedo has made a name for himself as a rising star in the music scene.

Italodance, also known as Italian dance, is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in Italy in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The genre is characterized by its use of catchy melodies, upbeat rhythms, and a strong influence from disco, funk, and Eurodance.

One of the most popular and influential italodance acts of the 1990s was Eiffel 65, a trio from Turin, Italy. Their hit single “Blue (Da Ba Dee)” was a massive international success, reaching the top of the charts in several countries and becoming one of the best-selling singles of 1999. The song’s catchy chorus, featuring the repetition of the phrase “I’m blue,” helped it become one of the most recognizable italodance tracks of the decade.

Another notable italodance act from the 1990s was Prezioso feat. Marvin, a duo from Milan. Their hit single “Tell Me Why” was a massive hit in Italy and across Europe, and helped to establish the italodance genre on the international music scene.

In addition to Eiffel 65 and Prezioso feat. Marvin, there were many other italodance acts that had success in the 1990s. Some of these include Ice MC, Alexia, and Double You. These acts helped to establish italodance as a popular and influential genre of electronic dance music.

Italodance was not just limited to Italy, but also gained popularity in other European countries like Spain, Greece and Germany. In Spain, many italodance acts like Righeira, Baltimora, Sabrina Salerno and Toto Cutugno had massive success.

Today, the Italodance genre has evolved to include a wide range of electronic music styles, such as house, techno, and trance. The genre continues to be popular among dance music fans and continues to influence the electronic music scene.

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