In her signature sweet, story-telling style, Ricci describes the nature of two-faced people, especially when it comes to piggybacking off of another personâs success..
Following her singles âSo Goodâ and âLazy Love,â Rome, Italy-raised songstress Angela Ricci releases her newest effort, “Isn’t It Funny (La Vita Ã© Bella).”
Ricci promenades through the cobbled streets of an Italian city, sips java at a local cafe, then heads home. Did her “lazy love” stand her up?
Following on from her well-received debut single, “So Good,” Angela Ricci presents the jazzy-pop sounds of “Lazy Love”.
The Rome, Italy-raised songstress says her influences include Ray Charles and Nina Simone, which is evident in her debut single âSo Good.â