Jasmine Carrisi, after the great success, moves away from her father Al Bano: “I go away”
Jasmine Carrisi, the eldest daughter born of the marriage between Al Bano is Loredana Lecciso, has already won the title of rising star in the music field. It is strange to think that until recently there was very little information about Jasmine. This is because her parents tried to keep her from indiscreet media attention as long as possible.
That was until it was the same Jasmine to want to come out, trying to follow in the footsteps of his father. After graduating from high school linguistics, the daughter of Al Bano she threw herself headlong into the recording career. The girl released her first single ‘Ego’. To be completely honest, the song didn’t shine in terms of ratings. On the other hand, the event was celebrated by average like an extraordinary event.
Despite this, his father asked him to continue his studies to have an alternative, therefore Jasmine he attended online university for the first year. At the same time it was proposed to participate in The Voice Senior. Certainly an opportunity that the girl certainly did not miss, transforming the initial hesitations into appreciation of the criticism.
After the first year of her university career, the daughter of Al Bano and Loredana had to devote himself to the release of his new single. The song is titled ‘Calamite’ and, unlike the previous one, is in reggaeton style. Jasmine Carrisi, in the course of an interview with Diva and Donna, he declared that everything was born as a joke: “I recorded the first single almost for fun, it was not intended for publication, this is my genre really”.
The apparently frivolous song actually hides a very profound meaning: “The need to find oneself close to people after a year in which we only saw each other from a distance, in video calls. Also to the desire to attract beautiful vibrations “. But the news for the young woman Carrisi they don’t end there. The new year will bring with it a big change: Jasmine will move to Milan: “Even though I really like this place, now I’m ready for big city life”.