It’s only been two weeks since Georgia selected its Eurovision 2015 singer Nina Sublatti, but she’s already a red hot favourite among our readers. As Georgia continues to up its game, we now know that Nina will be working with an A-list team as she prepares for battle. The Georgian Public Broadcaster has revealed that Nina will team up with Swedish choreographer Sacha Jean-Baptiste and Swedish composer Thomas G:son. Working with Nina they will make a magical song and performance even more magical.
Nina Sublatti’s Eurovision team
Sacha Jean-Baptiste is a Swedish choreographer and director. She’s helped create the visual identity for countless artists, including Zara Larsson, Eric Saade, and Alcazar. She also directed Swedish X Factor, Swedish Idol, and the music festival ‘Sommarkrysset. And of course she has worked on Melodifestivalen and opening and closing ceremonies at Eurovision 2013 in Malmö.
Thomas G:son is a Swedish composer and musician. You know his Eurovision hits. He’s worked with Loreen, the Jonas Brothers, Arash, PastoraSoler, Charlotte Perrelli, Nikki Ponte, Carola, Chanée & n’Evergreen, D’Nash and many others. In 2013 he wrote the Georgian entry “Waterfall”
This version is in low quality 🙁 Good luck Nina!
Elaborating on my previous comment, I think this is a big step forward for Georgia following last year’s car crash in Copenhagen. Good luck Georgia, hope to see you in Tbilisi in 2016. 😀
Are there any good venues in Tbilisi just in case Nina wins in Vienna. Or will they go down the same route as Azerbaijan and build a new, 15-25,000 seat arena with production aid from Brainpool in Germany, SVT in Sweden or even the organizers behind Moscow 2009. I also would expect to see Nodi Tatishvili as one of the hosts if TBILISI 2016 comes to pass.
Eurovision 2016 will be in Georgia <3 good luck Nina Warrior
Good Luck NINA!!! You deserve to win. So much passion in the song. especially second part. I almost missed my stop on my way to work listening to this. 🙂
Yeah, the song is pretty dull. Hopefully it’s a magical revision like what happened to Belarus’s entry in 2009.
I thin that georgia preparing for winning.
good luck Nina.
She’ll be worthy winner!
Okay, this takes one of the worse songs so far this year and makes it very hopeful, ala Belgium 2013. I’m looking forward to seeing what they come up with.
I actually commented as a joke on the original post that she needs Thomas G:Son to do a remix. And now its actually happening!!! Georgia is saved!! 😀
that will be amazing!
The original version is amazing (my number-one so far) and I can only see it getting better from here 😀
Congrats! Go Nina <3
cool ! go nina !
Good decision to call G:Son!
Nina deserves a better version for her song. The original version is… awful.
This sounds good.Hope they make a great job because the song itself is boring.