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Appeared on the scene in 2003, Vacca has brought a a breath of fresh air into Italian street music. Sardinian but moved to Milan as a child (Quarto Oggiaro for accuracy) the young MC grows fast in any meaning and developing an outstanding propulsion through hip hop music.
with an original style influenced by dancehall and ragamuffin, Vacca comes to the fore in the underground scene with a convincing first single "Mr. Cartoon" - produced by the indie label Produzioni Oblio - that soon brought into prominence his rhymer's qualities and the effectiveness of his flow.
In 2005, the time is ripe for the long-distance onset: the album "VH" contains 21 tracks (including an intro and three skit) for 60 energetic minutes of music put together by Vacca and dragging a selection of hip hop artists, including Jake La Furia of Club Dogo. in the meanwhile the name of Vacca becomes a permanent part of the scene and increasingly the young emcee is called to open the concerts of the big American artists touring in our country, as is the case with De La Soul, Method Man and Sean Paul.
The album is an exciting journey into the world of Vacca, who talks about his life and his passions through music as a symbol of "Jammaria", "I'm Moving Butts" and "Love Ichnusa" piece that celebrates Sardinian's beer, or images as abrasive as described in the 'harmful' "Dei Et Uorc (Vacca Ragazzo)", third single (and first music video) from the album after the already popular "Mr. Cartoon" and "Lady SexXxy".
Vacca elapses the two subsequent seasons between live performances, a lot of featuring (and participation in the Fabri Fibra's video for the song "Stomp") and the preparation of the new album, "Faccio Quello Che Voglio", the launch of which takes place in 'summer 2007 still under the aegis of Produzioni Oblio but with the new affiliation with the major label EMI. "Faccio Quello Che Voglio" and 2 tours on stage alongside Fabri Fibra consecrate him permanently.
"Colpa" is the first single on air on all the music channels. Vacca head reaches the cover of the main italian Hip Hop magazine (Groove).
In 2008 began a period where the gigs are becoming more intense and his online business through relentless mix tapes is available free of charge to its users that hailed him as one of the most popular online hip hop artists where his myspace page to get overcome in order to access those illustrious colleagues.
For a period of about two months, from April 19 to June 10, 2009 <x-apple-data-detectors://0> , Vacca moved up to Jamaica, specifically Kingston.
He lived a positive experience, even in music, collaborating with local musicians and decided to put the final touches to his album right from Kingston.
On May 18, 2010 he released his third album distributed by Universal Music,"Sporco", edited and produced by the renowned Italian producer Big Fish which debuted at No. 11 as an independent ranking of the highest selling album in Italy generating a lot of attention in the media and sees him engaged in successful tour that touches the top clubs of the country.
Vacca, who now resides permanently in Kingston, has published "Pelleossa" a biographical book written together with FT Sandman that contains an exclusive CD of unreleased tracks and went out of print after the first week of release. From August 2011 is on tour with the organization and supervision of Live Nation, waiting for the 2012 and the new album "Pazienza".