Piu Piu a.k.a Giulietta Canzani Mora is a french uruguyan singer, songwriter and DJ based in Paris.
After working in editorial fashion, she flies to Stockholm in 2011 where she records a featuring on Logo – la vie moderne
Tony Senghore and French Fries remix on Kitsuné.
Coming back to the city of lights, she becomes the first lady of Youngunz label, Djing and touring alongside Chaos in the CBD, Manare, Coni, French Fries and Bambounou.
Early 2012,produced by French Fries and Bambounou, she releases a unique cover of the ghetto anthem Rick Ross BMF, very well received by blogs and websites such as Hypetrack, Konbini, AO-AO, Pinboard describing it “like Juicy J buying flowers for a Godard muse.”
Piu Piu then joins Girls Girls Girls collective, and throws exciting club nights at paris social club inviting alongside Betty and Chchchen an impressive roaster such as Sound Pellegrino, Mykki Blanco, Ikonika, Nina Las Vegas, Louisahhh!!!, lil silva, Eclair Fifi, Kelela, Kingdom, Zora jones, Dj Slow, Brooke Candy, Kito or Riton .
Her impressive doing skills and her love for heavy beats (from chicago house to ghetto tech, techno, ballroom, juke, rap or rnb) will sex up any crowd, and has been featured in many radio shows around the world , Le mouv’ and radio Nova in france, Triple J in australia or NTS in the UK. She also collaborated for fashion brands such as Chloé, Moschino, Kokon To Zai, Monki, Nike.
She also collaborated with Soundry creating an art mix on female masturbation, working on the limits between auditive porn and privacy.
June 17, Piu Piu releases her first tape, Nightintale,14 songs she wrote and sang, produced by the young wonders of this world Ryan Hemsworth, French Fries, Bambounou, Scntst, Myth Syzer and Metro Zu. The tape, recorded in the studio she shares with her brother (French Fries) is independently produced and on free DL on bandcamp, and found a strong support in many blogs and magazines throughout the world (Tsugi, Pinaboard, Citizen K, Wad, Dslo, dontwhatchthat, disco naiveté, ofive, lights and music (jap) jukebox dc, breaks and many more) reaching 30 000 plays in less then 2 weeks.
Let the modern Cleopatra conquer your body on the dance floor and your soul through her music !