Friday saw the release of Swedish pop star Benjamin Ingrosso’s debut album ‘Identification’. His fans have been eating the tracks up, as all 12 of the songs on the album have entered the Spotify Top 100 most streamed songs in Sweden at the weekend.
This morning (28 September) saw the release of Benjamin Ingrosso’s official debut album ‘Identification’. The album, consisting of 12 tracks was made available to fans on streaming service Spotify and in hard copy today. It features the already popular single ‘I Wouldn’t Know’ and his Eurovision 2018 song ‘Dance You Off’.
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.
Benjamin Ingrosso will represent Sweden at Eurovision 2018. Here are the lyrics to his song ‘Dance You Off’!
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Sweden’s Melodifestivalen 2018 has drawn to a close this evening following the hosting of its final in Stockholm. Twelve acts were in contention with eight qualifying directly from their heats and a further four joining them from the second chance show last week. In the end up Benjamin Ingrosso has been crowned the champ for 2018 and will represent Sweden in Lisbon in May with the song ‘Dance You Off’. Read on to get a round up of the full results.
Sweden are one of the last nations to select their Eurovision artist and song for Eurovision 2018. The final of Melodifestivalen will take place later tonight with twelve acts vying to be the nation’s pick for Lisbon. Ahead of that, we reveal the results of our poll! Read on to find out who came out on top!
Eight acts have qualified directly for the Melfest final and a further eight will compete in the Second Chance show next weekend. Before then we rank and rate the sixteen remaining contenders. Have a look and see where your favourite has placed!
The Swedish selection show for Eurovision 2018 moves to its second chance show next week. The four Melfest heats have aired and the qualifiers have been determined. Following the fourth heat last night, broadcaster SVT revealed the battles for the next round. Read on to find out the line up.
Sweden’s Melodifestivalen, which decides the nation’s Eurovision 2018 song, continued with the fourth of its live shows from Örnsköldsvik this evening. Two acts made it directly to the final on 10 March while the songs in third and fourth place will compete again in the Second Chance show on 3 March. Read on to find out who made it.