Daniel Vuletic was born in Zagreb (Croatia) and has lived and worked in Milan, Italy since 1993. Vuletic has produced and written for numerous Italian, Spanish and English speaking performers including Laura Pausini, Nek, Luciano Pavarotti, Adriano Celentano, Mina, James Blunt, Juanes, Gianna Nannini, Gianni Morandi, Malika Ayane, Marco Carta just to name a few. In 1993, Vuletic, seeking his childhood idol, world-renowned producer Celso Valli, left Croatia for Italy. Valli had produced Eros Ramazzotti and Andrea Bocelli and a long list of other talented artists. After years of living in Milan and playing in European clubs his dream of meeting Valli is realized. Valli heard five of his songs; so impressed by the songs Valli decides to produce Vuletic on the spot. Career and awards In 1998, Vuletic signed a contract with Sony Italy as a singer, and Valli recorded the album between Italy and Los Angeles. The first single was "Imparando (A Stare Senza Te)", starring Martina Stella, one of the most popular Italian actresses at the time. On stage at his first concert in Riccione Italy, Vuletic decided to write songs rather than perform them and immediately shares this self-revelation with Valli; together they scrapped the album opting instead to release 3 singles. Laura Pausini having heard his single on the radio met Vuletic and the pair began their collaboration and in 2000 they worked on their first album together, "Entre Tu y Mil Mares". A year later, Vuletic wrote "Volveré Junto a Ti" and "Dos Historias Iguales" the top 2 singles in the album "The Best of Laura Pausini" which reached 7,000,000 copies in sales. "Volveré Junto a Ti" gave Vuletic his first ASCAP award. In 2002, his collaboration with Nek started with the album "Las cosas que Defendere" writing the single "Hablamos en Pasado" among others. The album "Escucha" was released in 2004 and was a hit, winning in 2005 the Grammy Award as the "Best Latin Pop Album" and Latin Grammy for "Best Female Pop Vocal album". Vuletic wrote "Escucha Atento", "Como si No Nos Hubieramos Amado", "Mi perspectiva", "Tu Nombre en Mayusculas", "Hablame" in this album. "Como si No Nos Hubieramos Amado" gave him the second ASCAP award. "Yo Canto" was released in 2006 and Vuletic arranged and produced 3 songs in that album: "Destino Paraiso", "Disparame Dispara", and "Mi Libre Cancion" (Duet with Juanes). "Yo Canto" won the Latin Grammy for "Best Female Pop Vocal Album". In 2008, the album "Primavera Anticipada", Vuletic wrote "Primavera Anticipada" (Duet with James Blunt), "Del Modo Mas Sincero", "Un Hecho Obvio", "Mis Beneficios", "Mas que Ayer", "La Impresion", "Hermana Tierra". In 2009, "Primavera Anticipada" won the Latin Grammy for "Best Female Pop Vocal Album". In the "Laura Live World Tour" in 2009 it toured with 3 singles written by Vuletic: "Con la Musica en la Radio", "Menos Mal" and "Ella no Soy". In 2009 Vuletic signed with Sugar Publishing. In 2011 the album "Inedito", Vuletic wrote, arranged and produced the songs: "Inedito" (Duet with Gianna Nannini), "Cada uno juega su partida", "Te digo adios" and "Como vives tu sin mi". In November 2015 in New York City, Vuletic became the first Italian composer to sign a contract with a US publisher, Sony/ATV Music Publishing.