ruth lorenzo

Ruth Lorenzo may not have won Eurovision, but after her Top 10 finish in Copenhagen the success keeps on coming. Fresh from the euphoric reception to her duet with Conchita, Lorenzo has another reason to celebrate: The Cahill remix of her entry ‘Dancing In The Rain’ has stormed the iTunes Belarus charts and currently sits in the #1 position.

The ballad previously made the Top 5 in Spain and the Top 100 in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Ireland and the United Kingdom.

The success in Belarus is also unexpected since Minsk failed to award Madrid any points in 2014.

The remix has a stronger English language element than the original although there is some still Spanish in the verses. With the addition of a few beats, fluttering synths and a few vocal effects here and there the Cahill remix is almost a different song altogether.

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ESCaddict
ESCaddict
6 years ago

Is it too early to nominate Charles for troll of the year?

lol
lol
6 years ago

So one person bought it in Belarus 😀 😀 😀

George
George
6 years ago

Same old ChArleSSHOLE

paco
6 years ago

Deja caer,deja la lluvia caer

davve
davve
6 years ago

congrats

Nanda
Nanda
6 years ago

So happy for Ruth!! She desearves it!
BTW… She actually topped ITunes charts in Spain. Just after the release, even before Mira Quien Va a Eurovision 😉

Charles
Charles
6 years ago

It’s unbelievable for me to try to understand what makes people love anything with a beat on … specially when the original version is a smooth pleasant slowtempo ballad. Again, the word “ballad” still continues to be a bug disturbing a lot of Eurovision minds which tells how much we do respect music in the contest and all shapes and forms. There is always a desperate need for dance music as if we suffered from some sort of hyperactivity … or we just don’t want to “hear” certain things a beat can suffocate. Or again …we really want to throw… Read more »

fanboy123
fanboy123
6 years ago

“The remix is an English language version of the song without the Spanish verses.”
That’s not true. 2:33 she sings “Deja caer, deja la lluvia caer” 🙂

Ruth definately deserves it 🙂