Emma Marrone, the first woman ever to be internally selected by RAI for Eurovision, has released the official video for her song “Trattengo il fiato,” which means “I hold my breath” in English. It may not be the most original name for the song, but her style is definitely her own. Brava Emma!
Today, Nevena Bozovic released the music video for her new single “Znam Da Nocas Gubim Te” after performing it for the first time on a Serbian talk show last year.
Gor Sujyan is in a good place. Since taking Armenia back to the Eurovision final along with his band The Dorians, he recently got married. The band has also played a series of live gigs, and opened for international rock stars such as System Of A Down. As a thank you to their loyal fans, they threw a free […]
I think it’s safe to say that Lee Ryan’s recent stint in the Big Brother house was an unmitigated PR disaster. So, it’s hardly surprising that the boymanband star has wasted no time in getting back to his day job, as Blue release their latest single Broken.
Almost 2 months after we first heard One Night Stand, TWiiNS and Flo Rida have finally premiered the official music video.
Sabina Babayeva knows how to bring the drama. Her soulful interpretation of “When the Music Dies” secured Azerbaijan a fourth place finish on home soil back in 2012. She also finished as runner-up in our search for Eurovision’s Next Top Model, thereby showcasing the beauty of women from Baku to Bakixanov.
With the Winter Olympics just under 3 weeks away, the Swiss broadcaster SRF have announced that Anna Rossinelli’s new single Shine In The Light will be the official soundtrack for its coverage of the games.
Last week, a demo version of Paula Seling and Ovi’s “Miracle” leaked on YouTube and was promptly deleted, but now the real deal has arrived. Today, Paula and Ovi have finally released the full and complete version of their song for Romania’s Selectia Nationala. And it sounds triumphant—for Romania, at least.