Albania: Hersiana Matmuja will release her song early next week 12

I bet all y’all are dying to know when Hersiana Matmuja will release the ESC version of her song Zemërimi i një nate (One Night’s Anger). The release date of Zemërimi i një nate (One Night’s Anger) has been a mystery these days. The premiere of the song will be early next week. The EBU have informed us that the song will be released sometime next week. It will be uploaded on Eurovision.tv’s official Youtube channel. Previously it has been said the song was going to be out on March 15.

Hersi Matmuja had a great time filming the official video of her entry. We’ve made a sneak peak video of Hersi filming the song. We know y’all are waiting for the song!

Theres’ been speculation that Hersi will be singing in English in Copenhagen, as Eurovision.tv has changed Hersi’s song title to just ‘One Night’s Anger’ in her official bio which you can find here. It’s a signal that she might sing in English. However, there’s still no official confirmation from Hersiana. The video clip is being produced and filmed in Albania right now.

In our interview with Hersiana, we asked if she is going to sing in Albanian or another language. “I think I will sing it in English, but we’re still considering all the options,” she told me. A lot of fans have said they want her to sing in her native tongue, Albanian but we’ll have to wait and see. Be ready early next week!

This is the original version of the Albanian entry. You can see it’s 38 seconds too long! There have been rumours that the intro has been removed in the final ESC version.

What language do you think that Hersi will choose? If you were in charge of doing the revamp, what part would you delete? We would love to know what you think! So please comment below.

You can follow Hersiana Matmuja on Twitter @hersjanamatmuja and by liking her official Eurovision Facebook page here.

Stay tuned to WiwiBloggs.com for the latest news on Hersi’s journey to Copenhagen. 

Ramadan is an Albanian-Australian correspondent for WiwiBloggs.com. You can follow him on Twitter @ESCRamadanYou can also keep up-to-date with the latest Eurovision news and gossip by following the team on Twitter @wiwibloggs and by liking our Facebook page.