Welcome to the first Wiwi Round Up of the Eurovision 2016 season. The summertime dose of PED has passed, and from here on in it’s full steam ahead to Stockholm. We’re raring to go! 

To kick things off, we turn our attention to new music releases from Edurne, Måns, Il Volo, Ruth Lorenzo and Nadav, bring y’all the latest Junior Eurovision news from Slovenia, Ireland and Bulgaria, and discuss all the national selection goings on in Sweden and Malta.

Don’t have time for the full 38:00 show? We’ll be uploading bite size segments onto our YouTube channel in the coming days.

Wiwi Round Up

Running Order

0:23 – 13:14 New music releases

13:14 – 19:50 Melodifestivalen updates and rumours

19:50 – 28:50 Junior Eurovision news

28:50 – END Malta’s National Selection

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jasmine
jasmine
4 years ago

@CookyMonzta Yeah, I know he’s norweigan. (Making me, a swede, a bit jealous since I prefer his music to the swedish house artists I listed, especially since Kygo went viral through remixing a song by Kyla La Grange – my biggest idol!) I was talking about the swedish guys with the Kygo-influenced tropical house music. I don’t know how well Kygo himself would do, or if he’d ever be up for something like that. It feels about as plausible as Avicii participating for Sweden really. But hey, that’s why I’m pumped about some new, fresh young artists bringing some house… Read more »

CookyMonzta
CookyMonzta
4 years ago

@jasmine: Kygo is Norwegian. Better the chance he’ll submit his entry to Norsk Melodi Grand Prix before he goes to Melodifestivalen. He might have been tough competition for Mørland and Debrah or Måns THIS year!

jasmine
jasmine
4 years ago

Haha, the pronunciation of the “Smajling Swedes” is just hilarious. Judgin’ from the smileys on their T-shirts, I’m pretty sure it’s supposed to be a swenglish way of spelling “Smiling”, so in other words “Smiling Swedes”. Wasn’t aware of their participation in Melfest until now, but after watching an interview with them I have to say that I’m really pumped! Seems like they’re going to bring some tropical house music to Melfest. Kygo is awesome, and house music is extremely popular in Sweden right now. Even more so than pop I’d say with Avicii, Swedish House Maffia, Dada Life, as… Read more »

Mitchelvaneijk
4 years ago

Some people don’t care about other people….

lol
lol
4 years ago

mario, netherlands will announce their GreAtY visionary artist in october