Marco Borsato don’t need number 1 hits more to score

Marco Borsato (52), which in the coming weeks, five times in the Kuip in Rotterdam, that he despite young competition is still involved in the music scene. Relevant finds the singer more important than the first position in the charts to achieve.

“A top 1 ranking is not a goal in itself anymore,” says Borsato in conversation with Veronica Magazine. “With all the prizes I’ve already proven what I can. I just want to be relevant and that determines the audience.”

The singer says that he is younger competitors can keep up. “Of streamingkanonnen as a Lil’ Small and Fenna are no cd’s anymore. Live, they also have a more difficult road. I do on all planes.”

Also, he did not suffer of jealousy

Borsato, who in 1994 broke through with the hit dreams are only Dreams, has during his career, sometimes with jealous colleagues, he says. He has this feeling never experienced.

“In the beginning, I still had artists who I could look up to, but at a given moment, you are they past. There were simply no people who, nine times in The Cockpit had done. I had no example. We have that margin when self have to stretch.”

Also, he ranks currently to be a hit with the song, How it dances, a collaboration with Davina Michelle and Armin van Buuren. He is on 29 may, 30 may, 1, 2 and 5 June in the Kuip in Rotterdam, where he is accompanied by artists such as André Hazes and DI-RECT.


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