Europe, we have a winner! Israel’s Netta won Eurovision with her unique pop song ‘Toy’. Continue reading
It is May again and this means it is time for Europe’s biggest music contest; The Eurovision Song Contest. After Salvador Sobral’s convincing win last year, Lisbon in Portugal is the hosting city. The contest this year is off to … Continue reading
Albania tries its luck with rock song ‘Mall’ by outstanding vocalist Eugent Bushpepa. Continue reading
The results of the first semi final of Eurovision 2017 are in. A review on all that went down in Kiev on Tuesday night! Continue reading
Albania tries for the 11th time out of 14 participations with a solo female singer. Lindita takes the stage with ‘World’. Continue reading
A full review on Eurovision 2016’s second semi final. Continue reading
It is that time of the year again! The Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna took off with the first semi final. The show was opened by the current queen of Eurovision Conchita Wurst. Sixteen countries competed for ten spots in the final. The quality of the songs and performances was not very high, but there were definitely a few gems to be found. Read a review on the performances and an analysis of the results.
In the coming days and weeks, I will present to you some interviews I did with the participants of the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest. First up is Elhaida Dani from Albania. The singer who is famous for winning the Voice of Italy, but is originally from Albania, won the national final in her country with a song in her mother tongue, but later was decided she would go to Vienna with the powerful midtempo song ‘I’m Alive’. Elhaida tells me all about the song change, what ‘I’m Alive’ is about and why she wants to empower strong women.