The Eurovision 2016 remixes are coming thick and fast. Fresh on the heels of Ireland, Australia, Latvia and Israel, Azerbaijan becomes the latest entry to get a spin on the mixing decks. Never ones to do things by halves, the land of fire gifts us with two official remixes of Samra’s “Miracle”. One mix will be of particular interest to dedicated Eurovision fans, as it’s been created by non other than Tomas N’evergreen — one half of Denmark’s Eurovision 2010 duo.

Samra “Miracle” (Tomas N’evergreen and Graddus remix)

In collaboration with Graddus, N’evergreen lays on plenty of electronic beats and synths to create a more danceable version of Samra’s breakup ballad. It’s not quite a disco banger, but those who prefer their EDM a little laid back should appreciate it. Kamil’s moombah remix is a more exciting alternative. Its fusion of house beats with reggae elements brings out the summer vibes, and should have Euroclub revellers shaking their hips with cocktails in hand.

Samra “Miracle” (Kamil’s moombah remix)

While the DJs play, Samra’s been busy on the promo circuit. She performed at the Moscow Eurovision Gala Concert in early April, while last week she jetted out to Tel-Aviv for the inaugural Israel Calling preview party. She even got down and dirty planting trees in the rain — a break from her normal routine of working out in the gym and jogging on Baku boulevard.

Samra interview at Israel Calling, Tel-Aviv

The Wiwi Jury reviews Samra’s Miracle

What do you think of the “Miracle” remixes? Will they get you dancing next May? Which one is your favourite? And what of the original, will it take Azerbaijan to yet another grand final? Let us know below.

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ESCaddict
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ESCaddict

Keep the remixes coming.
The remix of Miracle by Tomas is good. Not a fan of Kamil’s. I like the beats faster.
IMO best of the remixes are the Heartbeats. I am loving the 7th Heaven Club Mix & the Ex da Bass Club Mix.

Gav
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Gav

And not one comment so far about the remix? Well I’m just going to put myself out their and say… I like a remix and this is no exception! Cheers wiwi…

No let’s get back to bitch slapping different countries.

Ron
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Ron

I’m just gonna jump on the wagon here and add more fuel to Azerbaijan’s fire (not that they need it). Azerbiajan should have been disqualified for at least 3 years in 2009 when (i) they turned the TV cable off when Armenian entry came on, (ii) blocked out the voting number for Armenia and (iii) interrogated their own people for voting for the Armenian song. Funny thing, even CNN made a special report about this incidents. But given how good they are at under the table deals, they got off pretty well with some 2,000 euro fine (who are we… Read more »

Jonas
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Jonas

Yes, I was only referring to their influence on the contest. In 2012, they swept away an entire community of people like rubbish, just so they could build their fancy Crystal Hall. It is obscene, and reflects poorly on the EBU, who are complicit in presenting the phony image of Azerbaijan that the notorious Aliyev family want to portray to the world. In Eurovision terms, arguably Sweden would already be tied with Ireland with seven wins if the corrupt system hadn’t stolen all the votes from Eric Saade. I would not endorse booing of Azerbaijan or Russia, but that doesn’t… Read more »

John Doe
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John Doe

The song isn’t worth talking about. I cannot stand Samra’s nasal J. Lo type voice.
I don’t care if she takes all of her clothes off in the semi final, I won’t vote for her.

Huh
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Huh

Azeris are always repetitive about what they say when they notice a threat towards anything Azerbaijan related. It’s hard to take them seriously as time goes by. I have no hate about their singers (I like Dilara in 2014, mind you) but only to those in charge who would push themselves into victory or higher places thru suspicious illegal means. It may not be directly proven but a lot of people can smell their dirty works.

Pollaski
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Pollaski

@MMs Totally agreed on principle. Hence why I’d be against kicking Samra out of the contest- or even booing her at the event, just as I was appalled by Polina’s treatment last year. But at the same time, politics does spill into the contest, unfortunately. In this case, the issue brought up is Azerbaijan’s penchant for trying to bribe their way to victory (they’re ungodly at this in boxing- just watch the 2012 Olympics, and that was AFTER they were busted). The BBC busted them in 2013 for trying the same thing in Eurovision- and lets not forget they actually… Read more »

Nicky91
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Nicky91

Samra is going to Malta on Saturday, also to meet Ira, just like Gabriela and Hovi and Sanja 🙂

MMs
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MMs

Ppl this is not about politics. Here we enjoy the music. Every country has it’s own political history and I think here there is no place for discussing that 🙂 stay strong guys 🙂

Pollaski
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Pollaski

@Land of Fire LMAO. Just… LMAO. You should enter a creative writing contest. @Jonas I think you said it all dude. Azerbaijan’s about as corrupt as it gets on a national level… but at the same time they’ve got good people in that country, including, by all appearances, Samra. And as Samra herself isn’t going around killing Armenians, bribing officials in competitions, and laundering money up the yin-yang, its not really fair to hate on her or say she shouldn’t be allowed here. Its like last year- people acted like Polina personally took over the Crimean Peninsula all by herself.… Read more »

Land of Fire
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Land of Fire

Shut up Jonas.Nobody asked you.Why dont you talk about armenians killing thounds Azerbaijanise peoples or Brussel and Paris attacks.Any other country had this kind of problem.Why don’t you talk about how Denmark cheated in 2013.Queen of Denmark paid.Why don’t you talk about the fire in the stadium in Georgia.Remember Azerbaijan host Eurovision better than other countries.You should be embarassed about everything you wrought.

Jonas
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Jonas

Azebaijan should not be in this competition. The recent Panama Papers scandal has illustrated their shady behaviour, and demonstrates just how they can buy their way into the competiton, and buy and cheat their way to victory. Boot them out. Their system is morally bankrupt and their participation is an embarrassment.

Having said that, I do quite like Samra. Tomas N’Evergreen not so much.