Giacomo Manlio Turra, born in 1997 and also known as JMT, is a singer, songwriter and musician from Milan, Italy. His music explores R&B/Soul, Alternative and elements of Hip-Hop.

Giacomo took up the guitar for the first time at the age of 13 after hearing “Good Times Bad Times” by Led Zeppelin. After graduating from high school, he decided to focus completely on music and started his solo project under the name JMT.

JMT’s debut album The Blue Hour was released on 25 May 2018, available on YouTube, SoundCloud and free digital download. The record features 10 tracks, recorded with artists from different musical backgrounds. On the occasion of his first album, JMT played a series of Germany tour shows, including dates in Frankfurt, Mannheim and Berlin.

In July 2018, JMT appeared on BalconyTV performing a new song called “Berlin”.

In October 2019, JMT released the single “No Way Back” with his first music video, shot on Kodak Super 8 mm film.

In December 2019, JMT released the music video for his new single “Open Your Heart” with London-based Nigerian artist Lewisland.

In April 2020, during the international quarantine period, JMT released the instrumental single “Spring (Homebound)“, recorded in collaboration with musicians from Italy and United States.

In May 2020, JMT became official ambassador for New York guitar company D’Angelico Guitars and for Italian brands Felix Custom Guitars and Dophix pedals.

In July 2020, JMT released his second single with Lewisland “Mo Juice”.

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