Alex Pizzuti

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Background information
Born19 July 1995
  • Future House
  • Electronic Dance Music
  • DJ
  • Songwriter
  • Music Producer
InstrumentsDigital Audio Workstation
Years active2010 - Present
  • Revealed Recordings
  • Hexagon
  • Sony Music
Associated acts
  • OMZ
  • Alex Holmes
  • Siks
  • Georgia Mos
Alex Pizzuti
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Egidio Alessandro Pizzuti (born July 19, 1995), known as Alex Pizzuti in an Italian DJ and music producer.


Alex Pizzuti's professional career started in 2016 with the track Comfort Zone, which featured the international singer Miss Julia. In 2017 he meets the dance music producer and manager Gianfranco Bortolotti[1][2] (the manager behind the music projects of Cappella (band), Anticappella, Mauro Picotto, Gigi D'Agostino and many more) and releases the official licensed cover of Gigi D'Agostino hit record L'amour toujours[3].

In 2019, with long time friend Adalwolf and Davis Mallory, he releases another officially licensed cover, this time of Eiffel 65 hit record "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" that helps him make a name for himself in the Italian Future house community as well as receiving his first international supports[4][5]. The track also reached the Beatport's Future House Top10. He played in festivals and clubs all around the world, from Miami at the Miami Music Week to the Ultra Music Festival Europe in Croatia, with a tour of 7 dates in India, he also played at the Sun Valley Festival in Switzerland, Germany and Poland.

Until 2019 he released music for worldwide known labels such as Blanco y Negro Records, Warner Music Group, Media Records[6], Sony Music and gained supports and recognition from worldwide deejays such as David Guetta, Afrojack and Don Diablo (which gave highly praise for the DJ in his radio show[7]) . Later in 2019 he released two tracks, "Don't Give Up" and "Vibe" (a collaboration with French producer Siks), on Hardwell's own imprint Revealed Recordings. Vibe topped the 1001Tracklist[8] and Beatport Top10 charts, remaining at the first place for several weeks and was played by Afrojack at Tomorrowland (festival)[9]. In 2020 he collaborates with Adalwolf once again on the release Bla Bla Bla via Sony Music, another official cover of a popular track by Gigi D'Agostino. The track reached more than 2 millions streams, was played as opening track on Dash Berlin's Tomorrowland 2020 DJ-set and gained several supports from AAA deejays (via 1001Tracklist[10]). Later in the year, Alex Pizzuti, via Don Diablo's imprint Hexagon (record label), releases Memories, the official cover of David Guetta's record with Kid Cudi that David Guetta himself supported on several radio shows.


Title Featured Artist(s) Year Record Label
Hymn KRULEZ 2021 Future House Cloud
Memories 2020 Hexagon
Bla Bla Bla Adalwolf 2020 Ego / Sony Music
After The Stars 2020 Sirup Music
Too Good 2020 Sirup Music
Vibe Siks 2019 Revealed Recordings
Mess It Up OMZ 2019 Blanco y Negro
Don't Give Up 2019 Revealed Recordings
No Regrets Alex Holmes 2019 World Of Media
Dreams 2019 S2 Records / Sirup Music
Blue Adalwolf, Davis Mallory 2019 Do It Yourself / Sirup Music
Sunshine Adalwolf, Tylah Winyard 2019 Reload Music
See The Light Georgia Mos 2019 S2 Records / Sirup Music
La Pluma Adalwolf, Martina Camargo 2018 Blanco y Negro
Lu Rusciu Te Lu Mare Adalwolf, Focu mio 2018 First Planet
Falling Nathan Brumley 2017 World Of Fame Records
Safe With Me Neiva 2017 Valminuta Records
L'Amour Toujours Jessica 2017 First Planet
Comfort Zone Miss Julia 2016 Smilax

In the media



  1. "Gianfranco Bortolotti". IMS. Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  2. "IMS Ibiza 2017, a panel countdown of Gianfranco Bortolotti..." Media Records. 2017-05-23. Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  3. Sada, Riccardo (2017-11-15). "Alex Pizzuti colpisce con "L'Amour Toujours" e il Remix Contest". Midance (in italiano). Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  4. 1001Tracklists. "Alex Pizzuti & Adalwolf & Davis Mallory - Blue [SIRUP]". 1001Tracklists. Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  5. "Alex Pizzuti, Adalwolf & Davis Mallory Team Up & Cover Eiffel 65's Iconic Hit, "Blue" [Sirup]". Your EDM. 2019-04-16. Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  6. "ALEX PIZZUTI & ALEX HOLMES - No Regrets". Radiocoop (in italiano). 2019-07-03. Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  7. "Hexagon Radio Episode 254".
  8. 1001Tracklists. "Siks & Alex Pizzuti - Vibe [REVEALED]". 1001Tracklists. Retrieved 2021-02-10.
  9. Tomorrowland Around The World 2020: Afrojack (DJ Mix) by Afrojack, retrieved 2021-02-10
  10. 1001Tracklists. "Alex Pizzuti & Adalwolf - Bla Bla Bla [EGO]". 1001Tracklists. Retrieved 2021-02-10.

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