It’s the second week of our latest feature to find out the Top 30 songs released by former Eurovision stars in 2018. Again this week we take you through ten of the biggest hits of 2018 and ask you to vote for your three favourites from the bunch!
With the thrill ride that was Eurovision 2018 now over us, we look towards new music from our past contestants. Hot off the heels of their appearance this year, we get new tracks from UK artist SuRie, Italy’s Ermal Meta and Armenian representative Sevak Khanagyan. Also joining the May line up of new music is 2017 Eurovision champ Salvador Sobral, Austria’s Nathan Trent who teams up with J-MOX, Belgian artist Blanche, Sweden’s Robin Bengtsson and a duet from Melfest winner and runner up (and best mates) Benjamin Ingrosso and Felix Sandman.
Lyrics can make or break a song. While it is difficult to know what makes good lyrics, it is really easy to tell when they don’t have the desired effect and come across as insincere, don’t make any sense, are garbled English, or force a rhyme for the sake of it. Here are the worst offenders in 2017 for Worst Lyrics.
The nation that brought us butter-churning milk maids, the first ever wheelchair user to perform at Eurovision and a long haired hunk in a red military jacket return to Eurovision in 2017. Hoping to secure Poland’s first ever win is Kasia Mos with her song ‘Flashlight’. But how does it compare to other entries and is that win likely?
For the past four days you have been voting for the six songs in the poll for Group D of the Eurovision NI World Cup 2017! We have closed the poll and can now reveal the results and announce which two countries have made it through to the next round of the competition.
Two songs will advance from Group D to the knock out stage of our Eurovision World Cup Contest. Group D consists of Moldova, Poland, France, San Marino, Ireland and Czech Republic. Listen to each of the songs in this group and vote for your favourite two in the poll below. Poll closes 26th March when the results will be unveiled.
The final three Eurovision songs for 2017 were announced this week with Bulgaria, Russia and Armenia adding their songs to the 40 we already had. Now that we have all of the 43 songs for Eurovision 2017, we can for the first time give you a run down of the entire field. Read on to find out which of the songs ranked first and where the three new songs by Kristian Kostov, Artsvik and Yulia Samoilova placed!
This week has been a corker for Eurovision selections and announcements with all but three of the countries revealing their Eurovision 2017 artists and songs. Australia, Greece, Belgium, Sweden, Azerbaijan, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Ireland, Macedonia, Iceland Serbia, Israel, Lithuania, San Marino and Norway have joined the list of Eurovision 2017 songs. We’ve added these to our Eurovision playlist which joins the other 25 songs we already have. We continue to rank our favourites. Here is our top 40.
This week Latvia, Cyprus, Croatia, Romania, Estonia, Portugal, the Netherlands, and Austria joined the list of Eurovision 2017 songs. We’ve added Triana Park, Hovig, Jacques Houdek, O’G3NE, Nathan Trent, Koit Toome and Laura, Ilinca and Alex Florea and Salvador Sobral to our Eurovision playlist which joins the other 17 songs we already have. We continue to rank our favourites. Here is our top 25 so far. We’ll be back next Sunday with another ranking update when more songs have been announced!
This week Slovenia, Moldova, Denmark and Ukraine joined the list of Eurovision 2017 songs. We’ve added The SunStroke Project, O. Torvald, Anja Nissen and Omar Naber to our Eurovision playlist which joins the other 13 songs we already have. We continue to rank our favourites. Here is our top 17 so far. We’ll be back next Sunday with another ranking update when more songs have been announced!