"Non me lo so spiegare" is a song written and recorded by Italian singer Tiziano Ferro. It was released as the third single from his second studio album, The music video for the song was directed by Paolo Monico. If things would have gone bad, 'Non me lo so spiegare' would have been my entry for Sanremo".2017 2017
Ferro has released a Spanish version of each of his albums, and has also sung in English, Portuguese, and French. Known as the modern face of Italian pop music , he frequently writes songs for other artists and has produced albums for Giusy Ferreri , Alessandra Amoroso and Baby K. Aside from his success as an artist, Ferro is well known for his personal struggles. Having been overweight as a teenager, he has been outspoken about his battles with food addiction and eating disorders. In October , at the height of his fame, Ferro came out as gay , having himself struggled with depression related to self-acceptance about his homosexuality. Ferro is currently one of the best-selling artists in Italy.
In reality, they were two different questions unrelated to each other. The first thing he said was that he was born to do this job, but that it takes a lot of time to do it properly. Sure we might not see him as much, but that has already been more than clear the past few months. Later the interviewer asked him specifically about wanting to become a father, and Tiziano sounded more hesitant than ever. My deadline to have a child is 40 years old. But it shows how easily something can be misinterpreted and then spread like wildfire. This contradicts an earlier radio interview where he said April would be too soon for this summer song and another single would precede it.
It was released as the third single from his second studio album , The music video for the song was directed by Paolo Monico. In , Ferro re-recorded the song as a duet with Italian singer Laura Pausini. This version of the song was included in Pausini's album Io canto and it was released as a single in March During an interview released in November , Ferro revealed that the song was initially written for his debut album, Rosso relativo , but it was not featured on the record for various reasons: "We didn't know if the album would have sold well, therefore we kept the song for the Sanremo Music Festival. If things would have gone bad, 'Non me lo so spiegare' would have been my entry for Sanremo".