Read the lyrics to “The Start” by Gaia Cauchi. Gaia is one of the favourites to win tonight’s Junior Eurovision final in Kyiv.
The final of Junior Eurovision 2013 is only two days away, and we are all dying to know who will win. A few weeks ago we asked y’all to let us know who should win. So far y’all have cast 1,400 votes. That represents an additional 470 votes since we last checked in on November […]
Gaia Cauchi, who placed first among our seven in-house reviewers, is seriously feeling this song. During her first rehearsal she used her entire body as a metronome, bouncing back and forth to keep the beat—and to belt out those high notes. She didn’t come to Kyiv to sing, she came to Kyiv to sing. As for the […]
This morning the Wiwi Jury—our in-house panel of music un-professionals—listened to Kurt Calleja’s latest single and then headed to Valletta to review Gaia Cauchi’s Junior Eurovision 2013 song. Did we think that it’s just The Start of an amazing career for young Gaia? Or did her song signal the beginning of the end? Read on to find out….
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’.
Junior Eurovision 2013 is still more than two weeks away but we know all y’all already have these songs playing on loop. One week ago we asked you to let us know who should win. So far y’all have cast 930 votes and it appears to be a two-horse race between Armenia’s Monica Avanesyan and Malta’s […]
If you’re wondering where the Junior Eurovision juries will be sending their votes this November, look no further. Malta’s Gaia Cauchi has released her song “The Start”, and this may mark the beginning of the end for every other contestant.
In 2010, Eric Saade released his first album Masquerade. Three years later, his fans are celebrating the release of his fourth album Forgive Me. Last month, I reviewed the title track of the same name. This time round I’m putting the the entire 12 track album to the test.