|Marco and Alessio Bianchi, known as Ciuffi Rossi|
Twins from Italy, known as Ciuffi Rossi, are growing quite popular on YouTube, getting close to 500,000 or more views on many YouTube covers of popular contemporary pop songs. Their real names are Marco and Alessio Bianchi, and they have already made an official video (Biancastella) with the Time Warner Italy music label.
6 Popular Ciuffi Rossi YouTube Covers to date:
- The song, "Cheerleader" by OMI has over 566,000 views.
- The song, "Drag Me Down" by One Direction has over 561,000 views.
- The song, "Take Me to Church" by Hozier has over 434,000 views.
- The song, "Love Me Like You" by Ellie Goulding has over 406,000 views.
- The song, " All of Me" by John Legend has over 401,000 views.
- The song, "Sugar" by Maroon 5 has over 349,000 views.
Ciuffi Rossi has been picked up by Warner Music Italy, and posted an official video, titled "Biancastella". Even though the video is in the language, Italian, I'd say it is a very catchy song. It has over 776,000 views on YouTube. The Ciuffi Rossi YouTube channel has over 285,000 subscribers, which is pretty impressive.
Biancastella by Ciuffi Rossi (translation into English)
We're just alike you and I Made of dreams and pure energy Two drops of water falling on their own On a night in late September Desire to take ideas to flight And turn them into moments of God I remember you talked to me for hours I told you as loudly as possible That you should do what you want Don't you give up, don't let go You are as strong as a storm Break out violently, so that no one can stop it Win over your insecurities, shine in the sky White star, the most beautiful You're like me, like us Never stop believing in dreams Rise up and shout your desires Make a sincere promise to yourself Don't you give up, don't let go You are as strong as a storm Win over your insecurities, shine in the sky White Star, the most beautiful The most beautiful, the most beautiful I'm like you, like us Made of dreams, of dreams, and of pure energy Two drops of water falling on their own on a night in late September