Fresh from his unexpected, but gratifying success with “Kedvesem” at Eurovision 2013, ByeAlex is back with a breathy, edgier, more musically engaging track, “Csoro itt minden hang”.
As the year draws to a close, Eldar Qasimov–one half of Azerbaijan’s singing duo Ell and Nikki–releases another single. His new release “In Your Head” is a remarkable departure in quality and sound. I am sad to report that Eldar has taken a dive with this one.
Oh my! Well I certainly wasn’t expecting this from everyone’s second favourite set of Eurovision twins.
Kurt Calleja—the suave, cool and chino-wearing Maltese music ambassador—is back with the title track from his new album Love on Mars. Not to be confused with Bowie’s Life On Mars, this track tells the story of two kids in love. In Calleja’s words, ‘It’s the work of a child’s imagination’.
Mihai Traistariu released “E iarna intre noi” and Mandinga premiered “Cinema”, while the Romanian head of delegation Dan Manoliu dropped a bomb this week. (Or not.)
Matt Fielder, a Eurovision fan in Leatherhead, England, is fed up with Britain’s recent history at the contest. But rather than complaining to himself or ranting in a blog post like the rest of us, he decided to start a band. And so was born UKR—the United Kingdom of Rock. “The idea came after yet […]
Kaliopi is always the life of the party—and it was no different during the filming of “Lokomotiva”. By the end of this delightful video, she’s dancing with a grandfather, a train operator and a woman in leather hot pants. She knows how to move—and knows how to make people move!
Team Wiwi love it when our favourite Eurovision stars promote a good cause, whether it be cancer prevention or LGBT rights. And all the better when they do so through song.