This is the new Italian Renaissance: The New York Times has conducted an in-depth study of Maneskins and predicts that Simon Cowell, the owner of X-Factor, may become their new manager. He might be the right person to hand over the keys to the world to a band that played on the streets of Rome a few years ago.
“They won Eurovision? Can they conquer the world?”. The New York Times dedicated one of the large spaces to mane In-depth study signed by Elisabetta Povoledo, accompanied by a photo of Valerio Mezzanotti. The New York Times question is a rhetorical question, because finding the most important newspaper means that Damiano David and others can now access the world.
The New York Times talks about Maneskins
The statement of the group, the statement of their Pygmalion Manuel Agnelli, the French have been trying to legitimize the sacred victory until the final “drugs” issue, are all analyzed in a long article that magnifies the youth All elements of: “Four of them are only 83 years old: Damiano 22, Victoria 21, Thomas, Ethan, 20)” with South Taiwan Charm electronic The energy of youth, A kind Carefully planned and elegant androgynous ease that It breaks gender barriers and supports self-expression.
Simon Cowell may become the new manager
But there is more. After leaving with head coach Marta Donà, the New York Times predicted that Simon Cowell may become the head coach of the group’s new international stage. He needs no introduction: he is the inventor of X-Factor and new entertainment as we know it today.He may be the right person to give you the key worldwide The band that played on the streets of Rome until a few years ago.
If everyone is talking about Italy, it is also thanks to this band, which combines past genres and myths and proposes an image that modernizes our voice. What we are experiencing is the revival of Italy. See also sports-from tennis to football. In all the categories that are still struggling today, it needs something as destructive as Maneskin.