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🇮🇹 Mahmood releases new single ‘Inuyasha’

He's due to release his highly-anticipated second album this year

After teasing some impressive visuals (as ever) via his Instagram, Mahmood has released his latest single ‘Inuyasha’. According to his Twitter, the track will feature on the much anticipated follow-up to Gioventù bruciata.

Not even a pandemic can keep Mahmood down. Even though he had a 2020 European tour planned, he’s still busy as ever. Although he’s not due to compete at Sanremo 2021, he is credited on two of the competing entries of the festival. He is credited as a co-writer on Francesca Michielin & Fedez’s song “Chiamami per nome” and the writer of Noemi’s “Glicine”.

You can watch the video for ‘Inuyasha’ below:

You can find ‘Inuyasha’ on your preferred streaming service here. If you use Spotify, you can find the track alongside the latest releases from other Eurovision and national final alum via our New Music Friday playlist:

About Mahmood

In 2016, he made his Sanremo debut in the Newcomers Section with the song “Dimentica”. Following this, he released a number of singles and features. In late 2018 he was announced to be returning to Sanremo with Soldi. Although an outsider, he ended up winning a surprise victory in the super final over the likes of Ultimo and Il Volo. Although controversial at the time, he has since become a huge star in Italy, as shown by the success of Soldi and its parent album Gioventù bruciata. He was originally unsure of whether he would accept the offer of Eurovision participation following the backlash he received, but ultimately confirmed his place. The song went on to achieve second place in Tel Aviv, with 472 points.

After placing second at Eurovision, he embarked on his first European tour, with multiple sold-out dates. Not to mention, the first stop of this tour was the European ParliamentHe also won an MTV EMA for Best Italian Artist. After the success of Elodie’s ‘Andromeda’, he’s due to return to Sanremo as a writer once again.

What do you think of the track? Are you looking forward to hearing his co-written entries in Sanremo? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter@escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel to see our reactions to the news in the upcoming months.

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1 month ago

Lol, Mahmood likes anime.

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