It was an instant success. Not only did the album receive exceptional critical acclaim, but it also sold 60,000 copies. In September 2001, Nicola Ciccone released his 2nd album, Noctambule, which not only confirmed his great talent as a singer/songwriter, but also as a producer.The album has more of a rock sound and features eleven songs that tell the story of one character's night-time journey. Nicola Ciccone’s third album, J't'aime tout court was released on October 7, 2003. The title song was an instant hit. Week after week, the song remained no.
1 on radio stations hit parades. By the fall of 2004, the album had sold over 100 000 copies. The record company Universal France signed an agreement to release Nicola Ciccone’s album in Europe. On October 31, 2004, Nicola won his first Felix trophy at the ADISQ Gala, “Song of the year” with J't'aime tout court. He was also nominated for “Male Artist of the year”, “Pop Album of the year” and “Show scripter of the year”. In 2005, Nicola Ciccone was once more nominated at the Juno Awards.
Less than 3 months after the release in France, Isabelle Boulay invited Nicola to be the opening act of her show at the prestigious Olympia de Paris. On May 7, Nicola performed at the Bell Center to a sold out crowd and gave more than 100 shows of the J't'aime tout court tour across Quebec. His album sold over 200 000 copies and for the second time, on November 18, 2005 he performed at the Bell Center. In 2006, the ADISQ gave Nicola Ciccone the Prize of Recognition to underline the presence of the album J't'aime tout court during more than 100 straight weeks on the French sales charts in Quebec. In April 2006, Nicola began the recording of his 4th album entitled Nous serons six milliards. A first single quickly made its way to the top of the radio charts, the powerful song Nous serons six milliards. Released October 3, 2006, the album reached 75.000 copies and another Gold Record Certification.
March 2010, Nicola Ciccone releases his new French album Imaginaire. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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