“Papà…”: LDA and Gigi D’Alessio, the episode makes everyone cry

Lda, aka Luca D’Alessio, spoke of his experience in Sanremo and recalled a chilling anecdote lived with his father Gigi. Here is what the former competitor of Amici di Maria De Filippi said

Luke D’Alessioknown to all as LDAis one of the contestants of the 73rd edition of San Remo Festival. It will certainly be a great emotion and, as always happens, the competing artists must speak to all the media on the eve of the most famous Italian music festival in the world. His father too Gigi participated in the festival, bringing on stage theAriston the song Never tell himin 2000.

What LDA said to his father Gigi D’Alessio (Sologossip.it)

Contrary to what one might think, Luca he has done a lot of apprenticeship in his life and arrived at a very young age Friends of Maria De Filippi. Over the course of the program she won over everyone about herself, showcasing her first singles and having huge success from day one. The single What hurts went platinum thanks to many streaming plays.

Today Luca is a mature artist to deal with the general public of San Remo. It will certainly be a different experience for him, used to a much younger audience. But it will also be a great challenge, which the son of the family will be able to win without any doubt. Here’s what he said a few hours ago to I read. The Neapolitan artist also focused on an episode that happened with his father Gigi D’Alessio.

LDA: “Dad asked me but I was afraid”

Luke D’Alessio gave an interview to Leggo, during which he talked about his career and how he imagines his next experience at San Remo Festival. The Neapolitan artist appears on the stage of theAriston with the song If then tomorrow. Here are some excerpts from the interview: “You experience love at my age as if it were a film, the emotions are very strong”.

Luca D’Alessio, aka LDA (credits: Instagram) – Sologossip

In 2020, LDA collaborated with his father but admitted that he refused the collaboration at first: “Dad asked me but initially I said no out of fear”. Then he was heartened by his father Gigi because he thought he didn’t deserve such a prestigious collaboration: “He answered yes because I was doing my own thing, I never asked him for a technical comment”.

Luca he also admitted that he had not asked his father for advice on the goodness of his participation in ad Friends of Maria De Filippi, he did it completely autonomously. Even though I’m only nineteen, LDA he is already an important artist and has succeeded in detaching his name from that of his father, which is very cumbersome for obvious reasons.