The reigning Eurovision champ Netta Barzilai has released a new single and accompanying lyric video today ahead of her return to the Eurovision stage next week. The song is entitled ‘Nana Banana’ and she will perform it live for the first time at the Eurovision 2019 Final on Friday.Continue reading
Eleni Foureira impressed Eurovision fans the world over last year when she gave Cyprus a second place finish at Eurovision 2018 with her anthem ‘Fuego’. Since then the diva has gone from strength to strength releasing banger after banger. Off the back of her Eurovision success Eleni has released the tracks ‘Caramela’ and our top track of 2018 ‘Tomame’. This week Eleni released the music video for her latest offering ‘Triumph’. Read on to check out the new track!Continue reading
The reigning Eurovision champ Netta Barzilai has released a new single and accompanying music video this morning. The song is entitled ‘Bassa Sababa’ and instead of featuring chicken noises (like her Eurovision track ‘Toy’), it features noises by rhinoceroses.Continue reading
This year’s Eurovision representative for Iceland, Svala, recently added a video to her YouTube channel where she was joined in her car with two former Iceland Eurovision singers Selma and Yohanna for some Eurovision Carpool Karaoke.Continue reading
The United Kingdom’s Eurovision representatives for 2016, Joe and Jake have revealed the video for their Eurovision song ‘You’re Not Alone’. The two singers who met on BBC’s The Voice will perform live in the Final on 14th May. Check out their video below.
As Eurvovision draws closer, more and more of the acts are upping their game. Although Spanish representative Barei was chosen a number of months ago, she has only this week revealed the official music video for her Eurovision song ‘Say Yay!’.Continue reading
We continue to assess the Azerbaijani entries from the Eurovision back catalogues, this time looking at their live performances when they took part in the competition. For this we will take into account their ability to sing live, their stage presence, their chemistry with the audience and the staging of the song. Which of the eight acts will receive the highly sought after douze points and who will go home pointless. Read on to find out how each act fared and how this round of points impacts the overall scores. Remember you can vote in our poll to give your favourite act an extra boost.
In Eurovision, in this day and age it isn’t enough just to have a good song. Fans expect so much from their Eurovision entrants and want to be entertained from start to finish. One major development in recent years is that of the accompanying music video and it is this feature that is the second criteria that we will look at in our judgement of the eight Azerbaijani entries.
Just weeks ahead of Eurovision 2015, last year’s winner Conchita Wurst has unveiled the video for her latest single ‘You Are Unstoppable’. Check it out below and let us know what you think!Continue reading