The latest single from French-Italian pop star Ginta, ‘Ciao Ciao (J’ai pas le Tête)’ combines French pop with Trap, and features guest verses from Rapper-Songwriter Anto Paga. Signed to Sony Music Italy, Ginta’s track is pop music at its very best, and was produced by High P. It comes with a music video directed by Alex Brokas, featuring dancing from a Ballet Corps, as well as the Italian actor Andrea Carpinteri, the Youtuber Social Boom, and Fabio Ingrosso of Radio 105.
Speaking of the track, Ginta says,
“Ciao Ciao represents the time to turn the page, with an optimistic streak towards the new, what will be. Also from a musical stylistic point of view, it is a novelty in my artistic career thanks to the fusion of the high-impact sounds curated by the genius High P and Anto Paga’s flow trap.”
If Ginta looks familiar to you, that might be because she competed for Switzerland at Eurovision 2017 with ‘Cet air-là’, and her live performance included an augmented reality show.
Ginta looks every bit like a model, and is considered the Regarded as the Bardot of the 2020s, but don’t let appearances fool you! She is a resourceful young woman who has built up an unequalled background to stop the misogynists in their tracks. Not only has she a master’s degree in new technologies from Silicon Valley, Ginta is also a sound engineer, as well as songwriter, singer, and influencer.
Ginta amazingly started songwriting at the age of four, and started recording her own compositions in her teenage years. She became frustrated that her tracks didn’t sound like songs on the radio, and so Ginta upgraded her skill set, at first hanging out in recording studios, which was followed by her studying sound engineering and music production in Milan, where she developed a love for cutting-edge technology.
While incredibly passionate about technological innovation, Ginta understands the importance of songwriting as the foundation of everything she does.
“I want my music to uplift people – I want it to transmit a very positive and proactive feeling,” she says. “So I concentrate on writing songs which have a positive message about life, love and relationships. I also believe that technology has the power to enhance human expression by adding a unique new dimension to it.
‘Ciao Ciao (J’ai pas le Tête)’ follows on from her previous success with ‘Kalimera’, ‘Tattoo’, ‘Pray’, ‘Night Shift’, and ‘Babydoll’.
Stream and download ‘Ciao Ciao (J’ai Pas Tête)’ here, and click below to watch the music video.