Yesterday Nodi Tatishvili – one half of Georgia’s 2013 Eurovision entry Nodi and Sophie – released the music video for his new song ”Chven Shevdzlebt” (We Can Do It). In “Waterfall” Nodi crooned about the romance between a couple, but here he’s championing the kids. His message is pure and simple: all children are equal, they deserve respect, equal rights and opportunities. But above all he says that every child needs to be loved, that every child should be loved, regardless of race or nationality.
The video, which Nodi helped to direct, is super sweet (and not dissimilar to Polina’s “A Million Voices” – which is not a bad thing!). He invited children of all ages, with their mothers, including his Eurovision buddy Sophie Gelovani, to star in the video with him. The result is uplifting and inspiring, but, I must warn you, get ready for a cuteness overload!
Nodi Tatishvili and Sophie Gelovani worked dramatic staging in Malmö with the song “Waterfall”, which qualified from the second semi-final of the 58th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest in 2013 and placed 15th in the final, scoring 50 points. Take a trip down memory lane and relive their Grand Final performance below! Feels like I’m flying like if I had wiiings…
So, what do you think of “Chven Shevdzlebt” and its music video? As always, let us know in the comments below!