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Italian Music – Emma Marrone – Non è l’inferno

Seen over 3 million times on YouTube, the track Non è L’Infernò – It’s Not Hell – by Italian singer Emma Marrone won the 62nd edition of the San Remo song contest. Here is Non è L’Infernò for Italian Music TunesDay on Italy Chronicles.

Emma Marrone has quite a gravelly voice, at times and this track begins quite gently and becomes more rousing and emotionally charged towards its end.

You can also use this track to brush up your Italian, or sing along, because the video has the words of the song.

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Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.

Happy singing!

I give you:

Non è l’inferno by Emma Marrone


Did that wake you up? Or was it hell? ;)

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