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Giandomenico Nicastri

Giandomenico Nicastri

  • Student
  • Italy
  • Member since 2017

Giandomenico NicastrI was born in Bari, Italy, on 21 December 1982.
Is a vocalist, traveller and music addicted.

From an early age he shows a great passion for music, especially for that of overseas and for art, especially for painting.
At 15 he approached the Hip Hop culture becoming a writer and starting to create graffiti.
Meanwhile, he discovered a particular interest in the world of advertising.

He attended the Art Institute where he graduated in interior design.
Subsequently he enrolled in the Faculty of Political Sciences, moved by a great passion for international relations and for other cultures and ended his university career with a master's degree in International Relations.
Through the university he managed to "make his voice heard" by conducting a university radio show and trying to launch the project of a university radio inspired by those present in American colleges.

From this moment on he began his career as a vocalist who saw him performing in numerous nightclubs.
In 2009 he was a guest on a local radio station to talk about the origins and evolution of Hip Hop culture, proposing a personal playlist.
Since 2010 he managed the Facebook page "Hip Hop The Beats" where all the news regarding the evolution of Hip Hop culture from the beginning to the present are published.

In 2015 he moved for a short period to Barcelona because he fell in love with this city for the cultural and artistic ideas he offers.
In 2016 he created the "JDvoice" facebook page, where he published everything related to his work as a vocalist and whose contents are created and made by him.
In mid of 2017 he moved to Milan where he studied Creative Direction at IED.

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