As the saying goes, like father, like son.
While Andrea Bocelli has been entertaining audiences across the world for decades with his incredible voice, his new album, “Si,” has something all of his former albums did not: his son. The pair just released their first-ever duet single, “Fall On Me,” and one listen will tell you that the apple certainly didn’t fall far from the Bocelli family tree.
Matteo Bocelli inherited not just his dad’s good looks, but his vocal talents as well. The 21-year-old singer teamed up with his famous father to sing this song, which will be used in the soundtrack for the upcoming Disney film, “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms,” starring Keira Knightley and Morgan Freeman.
Matteo’s brother, Amos Bocelli, also plays the piano on his father’s new album. You can hear his playing on Sono Qui (I am Here) and Ali di Libertà.
The video for Matteo and Andrea’s song hit the web on September 22, and within days it had already been viewed millions of times. The album will be released on October 26.