Lorenzo Lotito began composing songs at the early age of fourteen. His chosen instrument is the guitar, In 2002 he won a scholarship from SIAE (Italian copyright association) to the CET (Centro Europeo di Toscalano) which is the school of famous Italian lyricist Mogol. In 2003 his song "Dolcemente" was chosen as the official main theme for the "Premio Lunezia" festival. The CD single was released by Rai Trade records. He went on to release two self-produced EPs. He is also an expert in audio software including Logic, Pro-tools, Wavelab, Cubase, Ableton, etc. Lorenzo also holds a degree in Communication sciences and is a regular journalist, presenter and interviewer for the Italian TV station `Retesole`.
Lorenzo co-wrote "Turn You round" and "Proud to be your man" with Raymond Fry and Richard Stephens. He is also involved in other projects in Italy.