(ANSA) - ROME, 07 JUL - Nonconformist, provocative, maibanal.
A little bit of an angel and a little bit of a devil, at times bordering on the sacred and the profane.
On the stage of San Siro Salmo is unleashed.
Then he stops and breathes, as if to enjoy the moment.
He is the first rapper to perform solo in a stadium.
A special debut last night at San Siro, in Milan where he now lives for ten years, after years of hiatus due to a pandemic.
The sweeping fear in two hours of rock and authentic rap in pure Salmo style.
On the stage with him - in front of 50 thousand people - the band Le Carie.
The scenography is impressive, in a pyramid shape with the drummer two meters above the ground.
In front of a skull with luminous eyes he observes the crowd spitting smoke next to six reconstructed iron flames illuminated by LEDs.
Salmo traces his successes, from the sweat of the beginnings with 'The Island Chainsaw Massacre', the first studio album of 2011, to the hits of 'Flop' released last October, the theme of failure at the center.
It's rock, it's also techno and hardcore rapma.
She sings, poga and dances.
Listening to the crowd was thought by Lazza, "the best artist of this year", introduces him by Salmo.
Then the darkness and the roar.
Laprima at San Siro is a 360-degree show.
As when he appears dressed as a priest in a black tunic and hat to sing 'Goodbye'.
Shirtless for the rest of the live, the rapper shares the stage with Blanco, Nitro, Noyz Narcos, Ensi.
And there is also time to publicly sanction peace with Fedez, after the controversy a year ago for his unauthorized flash-mob concert in Olbia.
"Do you remember that quarrel with Fedez? It's a game, we never really badly, on the contrary we get caught and we made peace. Let's say we became friends", he says, receiving him on the stage.
Geysers, lights, police-like sirens and flames that move to the beat of the music, his show is "extreme", as he promised.
The 'Flop Tour', actually opened from the special date in Bibione on July 1st and from the concert in the 'Scala del Calcio', will continue in autumn with 12 dates as many Italian palazzetti, from Rome to Florence passing through Bologna, Bari, Turin,
again Milan and Padua.