Aitana does cause "butterflies" in San Remo

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Aitana does cause “butterflies” in San Remo

Aitana has momentarily left her inspiration in the 90s displayed in ‘alpha’ to recover an old success. And she has done it in a big way. None other than the San Remo Festival, the one that truly matters to Italians above the Eurovision Song Contest.

There he joined Sangiovanni to perform a version of ‘butterflies’ half in Italian, half in Spanish. The song has accumulated 6 platinum records in Spain and exceeds 100 million views on Spotify alone.

Aitana gives a great vocal performance that is not enslaved by Autotune. Sangiovanni cannot say the same, but he does say the following: “I have chosen to carry the Spanish version of “Farfalle” because I wanted to recognize Aitana for everything she has done for me, allowing me to take my music to another country. I think there is no better way to return that favor than on the San Remo stage.”

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