Fargetta, born Giangiacomo Fargetta, is an Italian singer, songwriter, composer, DJ, and producer. He was born in Milan, Italy in 1965 and began his musical career in the 1980s as a DJ. Fargetta's career as a DJ was incredibly successful, and he was considered a pioneer of the Italian dance music scene.
Fargetta released his debut single "Music, My Revolution" in 1989, and it quickly became a hit in Italy and abroad. He followed it with the singles "Radio" and "The Music is Movin'", which were both equally successful. He released his first album, "The Music Is Movin'", in 1991 and it was a huge success.
Fargetta's second album, "The Beat Goes On", was released in 1994 and was even more successful than his first album. It included some of his most popular tracks, such as "The Music Is Movin'", "Radio", and "Love Is the Message". Fargetta also released several remixes of classic songs, such as "Take Me To The Top" by the Pet Shop Boys, "I Feel Love" by Donna Summer, and "Everybody's Free (To Feel Good)" by Rozalla.
Throughout the 1990s, Fargetta continued to release music, collaborate with other artists, and tour extensively. He released a number of successful singles and albums, and was part of several compilation albums, including "The Best of Dance Music", "The Best of House Music", and "The Best of Trance Music".
In 2000, Fargetta released his sixth studio album, "The Remixes", which featured remixes of some of his most popular tracks. He also released the album "The Best of Fargetta", which included some of his biggest hits.
Fargetta is not only a successful musician, but he is also known as an ambassador for dance music in Italy. He has been credited with helping to popularize the genre in the country, and for inspiring a new generation of DJs and producers. He has also been involved in numerous charitable causes, including raising money for earthquake victims in L'Aquila.
Fargetta is still active in the music industry, both as a producer and DJ. He is currently working on new music and collaborating with other artists. He continues to be an influential figure in the Italian dance music scene, and is respected for his work and dedication to the genre.