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Jovanotti discography

The discography of Lorenzo Cherubini, an Italian singer-songwriter better known as Jovanotti, consists of fourteen studio albums, six compilation albums, a remix album, four live albums, four video albums and eighty-two singles, including seventy as a lead artist and twelve as a featured artist. After releasing his debut single, "Walking", which became a minor hit in Italy during 1987, Jovanotti reached commercial success in 1988, when he released the single "Gimme Five", which topped the Italian Musica e dischi's Singles Chart. The song was later included in Jovanotti's first album, Jovanotti for President, which sold more than 400,000 copies in Italy and spawned three other top 5 singles in Italy. Jovanotti for Presidents's follow-up, La mia moto, confirmed Jovanotti's success in his home country, selling more than 600,000 copies, while 1990's Giovani Jovanotti obtained a very poor commercial reception. During the next years, Jovanotti was able to re-gain popularity, scoring nine number-one albums in Italy between 1994 and 2012, including the greatest hits Lorenzo 1990-1995 and Backup - Lorenzo 1987-2012. As of 2012, Cherubini has also released eight number-one singles as a lead singer and two as a featured artists. In the late 1980s, Jovanotti also released two dance singles under the pseudonym Gino Latino, while in 2003 he released a Latin music album, titled Roma, together with other musicians under the name Colletivo Soleluna. During his career, Jovanotti recorded songs with several Italian and international artists, including Ben Harper, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Mousse T., Gianna Nannini, Pino Daniele, Negramaro, Luciano Ligabue and Piero Pelù. As a songwriter, he adapted songs in Italian for Jarabe de Palo and Miguel Bosé and he penned original songs for several Italian artists, including Zucchero Fornaciari, Adriano Celentano, Giorgia and Irene Grandi.

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