Remember him? The Voice 2016 winner Alfie Arcuri, 31, makes a comeback with new song Same … after a year of fighting to release it
He has kept a low profile since The Voice was won in 2016.
But Alfie Arcuri is making a comeback on the music scene with his new son, Same, for whom he fought for a year.
& # 39; We were blocked for a year (to do something with the song) because they loved the song so much & # 39 ;, the 31-year-old told The Daily Telegraph on Thursday.
Remember him? The winner of Voice 2016, Alfie Arcuri (photo) makes a comeback with his new song Same … after a year of fighting with producers to release it
Alfie explained that he was competing with producers who wanted an international artist to sing instead of him.
& # 39; We were in this tug of war for a year because they wanted to pitch it to one of their artists and I wanted to release it myself because it's one of my favorite songs. I finally won some sort of and I released it, & he said.
& # 39; Over the past three years, I have done my best to make this career work and stay relevant. I can't imagine doing anything else, & he added.
Battle: & # 39; We were blocked for a year (to do something with the song) because they loved the song so much, & # 39 ;, the 31-year-old told The Daily Telegraph.
The singer wrote the song during his visit to Los Angeles 18 months ago, explaining that it's about losing your first love and replacing it with a rebound & # 39 ;.
The architect now lives in the Elizabeth Bay of Sydney with his friend Ash Frenken and their five-month-old puppy, Gary and cat Priscilla – who they adopted from Delta Goodrem, 34, when she returned to LA last year.
Alfie has previously revealed that he only had the courage to come to his family as a gay man three years before he fought at The Voice at the age of 24.
His fear of coming to his family was so great that he even prepared himself for the reality that they would not accept him at all.
& # 39; I prepared myself to be an adult only & # 39 ;, Alfie told TV WEEK in 2016. & # 39; I just couldn't imagine my family accepting me as gay. & # 39;
But he was comforted by their unwavering support and said: “My family was absolutely wonderful. I would have released much sooner if I had known how they would react, & he added.
Previous love: The singer wrote the song during his visit to Los Angeles 18 months ago, explaining that it's about losing your first love and & # 39; replacing them with a rebound & # 39;
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