Franco Atilio de Vita de Vito, better known as Franco de Vita, is a Venezuelan singer, multi-instrumentalist, composer and musical producer who has a net worth of $ 40 million dollars. He was born in Caracas on January 23, 1954. He is son of Ferdinando de Vita and Rosa de Vito, Italian immigrants.
His musical career began by singing in a band called Corpus, which acted in the festivals and venues of Caracas until in 1992 decided to create his own group he called Icarus. After releasing the band he created, he released his solo album in 1984.
His self-titled debut album, Franco De Vita, contains ten songs, including “Un buen perdedor”, “Somos Tres”, “No hay cielo” and “Ahora” achieving good sales and getting gold and platinum albums.
Three years later, in 1986, she returned with her second album Fantasia, the song “Solo Importas Tu” was the main theme of the soap opera “La dama de rosa”, with which his music enters countries like Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia. “Al norte del sur” is the name of the third album of studies like soloist of the singer-songwriter Franco de Vita, was recorded between 1988 and 1989 and was released in June of 1989.
“Extranjero” is the name of Franco De Vita’s fourth studio album, released in 1990, his most prominent songs were “No basta”, “Latino”, “Sera” and “Ya lo he vivido”. The single “No Basta” won the Billboard Latino in 1991 and remained No. 1 from March 30 until May 4, 1991.
The fifth studio album by Franco de Vita was released in November 1993 and was called “Voces a mi alrededor”, it contains eleven songs, such as “Cálido y Frío”, “Y te pienso”, “Mi Amigo Sebastián” y “Los Hijos de la oscuridad”.
Three years later, he creates predominantly acoustic songs for his next album “Fuera de este mundo”, released in 1996, where the air organs like the piano and the guitar are taken into account.
In 1999, “Nada es igual”, this album uses very Latin rhythms such as salsa, bachata, cumbia, resulting in good reviews. “Stop” is the name of its new production released in May 2004. It has a total of nine songs, the first single was “Si la ves” (duo with Sin Bandera), as well as the second single called “¿Tu de que vas?”, In addition to a third single called “Ay Dios” with the collaboration of Olga Tañon.
In 2011 he was released in Primera Fila, after selling 12 million copies of his albums and composing for several artists including Chayanne and Ricky Martin. During 2013, Franco de Vita becomes the first artist to record a second part of the specials in Primera Fila. The title of this production: “Franco De Vita Vuelve en Primera Fila”. The filming of this great special took place in Mexico during the days 10 and 11 of July in the famous studies Churubusco of the Aztec Capital. The executive production of this project is by César Pulido at the head of his management company Alegria Corp. The invited guests were: Gloria Trevi, Wisin, Victor Manuelle, Gian Marco, India Martinez, Gusi & Beto, Vanessa Martin, Axel, San Luis and Rafael Brito.