Corrado Rizza in the years 80’s/90’s he worked as a DJ in the main clubs of Rome: Histeria, Gilda Joy, Miraggio, etc..He has written soundtracks such as: “Verso sud” and “Anche i commercialisti hanno un’anima”, as well as books: “Beatles Dolce Vita”, “Perchè parliamo inglese se siamo italiani”, “Piper Generation” and “I love the Nightlife”, written with DJ Marco Trani.
In the 90’s he found Livexpress Production with Max and Frank Minoia and Wax Production/Lemon Records with Gino Woody Bianchi and Dom Scuteri. He did club hits such as Black Connection, Paradise Orchestra, Strings Of Love, Jam Machine, etc…
As a producer and remixer, he has collaborated with artists, DJs, as well as Italian and foreign musicians including Arthur Baker, Marshall Jefferson, Eric Kupper, Paul Oakenfold, Victor Simonelli, Full Intention, Mo Horizons, MikeFrancis, Gazebo, Jerry Marotta, Black Box, Joy Salinas, Dr. Felix, Riccardo Cocciante, Lunapop, Zero Assoluto, Checco Zalone, Fiorello and Baldini. He has collaborated with Italian dance labels such as Universo / Hit Mania and Time. He had edited and coordinated over 150 compilations, such as Hit Mania Dance, Eurodance and many more. With his brother Luigi Rizza, he directed the documentary "Beat Parade" in collaboration with Cinecittà Luce.
Corrado Rizza’s tracks