Enrico Nigiotti is an Italian singer-songwriter.
After signing a recording deal with Sugar Music, he released his debut single, "Addio", in 2008. Between 2009 and 2010, he was a contestant in the ninth series of Italian talent show Amici di Maria De Filippi. He decided to leave the competition to avoid an elimination round against his then-girlfriend, dancer Elena D'Amario. His eponoymous extended play was released by Sugar on 26 March 2010, and entered the top 50 of the FIMI Italian Albums Chart.
In 2015, Nigiotti competed in the Newcomers' section of the 65th Sanremo Music Festival, performing the song "Qualcosa da decidere". After advancing in the first elimination round, he was eliminated during one of the two semi-finals by eventual winner Giovanni Caccamo. The song was released ad the lead single from his first full-length studio album, also titled Qualcosa da decidere and released by Universal Music Group's label Go Wild. The album failed to achieve commercial success.
In 2017, Nigiotti auditioned for the eleventh series of the Italian version of X Factor. He placed third in the final, and signed with Sony Music Italy.
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