Following her legendary duet with Greek Eurovision star Sakis Rouvas, Armenian songstress Sirusho has released another song, but this time she doesn’t want you to dance.
Do you guys remember the beautiful Anjeza Shahini? She represented Albania at Eurovision 2004 with the song ‘The Image of You’. Albania was still a baby at Eurovision, and Anjeza was only 16. She has just released a lovely new single ‘Ujë në shkretëtirë’, which translates as ‘Water in the desert’. We’re thirsty for this one!
Proving that she’s not a one-hit wonder, Melodi Grand Prix runner-up Adelén is back with a hot new single “Always On My Mind”. Unlike her previous dance tracks “Bombo” and “Baila Conmigo”, this number sticks to the English language. But don’t worry, Addy is still radiating a summery fiesta vibe …it’s just that she keeps it in the euro-dance club […]
We’re happy that we can finally report some good news coming out of Ukraine. Despite the delay due to the problems currently affecting her country, the lovely Gaitana has released her new single “Galaxy”. As a dedicated fan, I must say, it’s her best yet!
If you’re not a fan of Serbian ballads and prefer turbofolk-style Balkan dance music, then I have some good news for you. Moje 3’s Nevena Bozovic has collaborated with DJ Dexy and released a remix of her successful single “Znam da Nocas Gubim te”. Have a listen guys, it’s a good one!
Krista Siegfrids may not have won Eurovision last May, but she brought Finland back to the final and championed marriage equality along the way. Despite a backlash from certain broadcasters that thought she was going one-lesbian-kiss-too-far, she stuck to her guns–and the girl-on-girl lovin’. That independent spirit continued with her club LP Ding Dong. It all culminated in winning the […]
On the eve of Ireland’s Eurosong 2014, which will be broadcast tomorrow evening at 21:35 GMT on RTÉ1, last year’s Eurovision entrant Ryan Dolan is getting personal. He has released his new song “Start Again”, which comes just weeks after Ryan confirmed the speculation that he is gay.
When it comes to Belarusian band Litesound, it seems that their fans always find a way to expose the truth. Back in 2012, Alyona Lanskaya was declared the winner of the Belarussian pre-selection for Eurovision, only to have President Alexander Lukashenko overturn the vote. This year, a similar scenario unfolded during the selection of the 2014 […]