Eiffel 65 is an Italian singer-songwriter group of eurodance composed of Gabry Ponte, Gianfranco Randone and Maurizio Lobina. Founded in 1998 in Turin, in only 3 albums, the band has sold more than .
Over the course of their career, members of the Eiffel 65 group have won a World Music Awards in Monte Carlo in the best-selling category worldwide by an Italian group, and a BMI USA in Los Angeles, rewarding the most-broadcasted song in radio at United States on the same year. They were also nominated for the Grammy Award and the Sanremo Festival in 2003 with the title Quelli Che Non Hanno .
During the year 2000, the Eiffel 65 tubes were broadcast about once every 250 seconds by a radio in the world, which makes them the most played artists in the same year. Invested in several projects, they are also known to have remixed the work of many international artists and to have recorded "One Goal" , one of the titles The official title of Euro 2000, but also Living in the City , the official song of the Olympic Games in Turin in 2006. Winning many records of Gold, platinum, and diamond, Eiffel 65 is one of the most popular electro groups in Italy.
To this day, it remains the Italian dance group to have sold the most records in the world and the only one in the United States. At the end of 2013, the British channel Channel 4 designates the album Europop as the best album of the end of the XX century on a list of 100 albums. Also in 2013, they signed the opening soundtrack of the movie Marvel, Iron Man 3. After several years of waiting for their fans, they sign their musical return on June 1, 2016 with the experimental single Panico.