Around the time of her Amici di Maria de Filippi win, Amoroso released a pair of Top Five hit singles, "Immobile" and "Find a Way" (the former of which was especially popular, charting for 12 weeks and peaking at number one). Amoroso subsequently made her full-length album debut later in 2009 with Stupida. Both the album and its title track were chart-topping hits, while the single, "Splendida Follia," was also a hit, albeit a lesser one.
Within the next two years, she had released her second and third albums, and found a similar level of success with each of them. 2010's Il Mondo in un Secondo reached number one in Italy and became a platinum-selling hit, and early 2012's Ancora di Più: Cinque Passi in Più accomplished the same feat. Another chart-topper, Amore Puro, followed in 2013, driven by the Top Ten success of the title track. The album also earned her a notable first; Amoroso became the first Italian female to win an MTV Europe Award for Best European Act. A self-titled album appeared in 2015, followed by 2016's Vivere a Colori, which hit number one in Italy thanks to the number 11 hit "Comunque Andare." ~ Jason Birchmeier