Blas Cantó’s two songs for Destino Eurovision 2021 have been released. From a list of ten offerings, “Memoria” and “Voy a Quedarme” have made the cut. One of them will be Spain’s song for Eurovision 2021. Both songs are now available on the RTVE Eurovision website and all streaming platforms.
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Listen to the songs now
“Memoria” is an uptempo track all about making you sing and dance. Composed by Steve Daly, Oliver Som and Leroy Sánchez, the production includes plenty of percussion and a mix of voices that play off each other to deliver a powerful sound. Sánchez is well-known to Blas’s fans. He composed the singer’s beloved hit “El No Soy Yo”.
“Voy a quedarme”
“Voy a Quedarme” offers something totally different. This is a powerful ballad with a modern arrangement that showcases Blas’s vocal range. Once again, the team behind the song includes Leroy Sánchez. However, this time he is joined by Daniel Ortega (Dangelo) and Dan Hammond. Dangelo co-wrote the Blas hits “No Volveré” and “Complicado”. But he also did “Universo” — Spain’s ESC 2020 song — alongside Dan Hammond, who produced the song.
Start voting now!
These are songs without borders. This year everyone from everywhere can decide on Spain’s song. You can cast your vote through SMS and phone, or by voting online through RTVE’s Eurovision website or App (Android & IOS).
Details on using telephone and SMS can be found here.
In this first phase of the voting you can vote online one time per day until the Gala starts. Once Destino Eurovision 2021 begins, the voting will close and will re-open after Blas has performed both songs. This second voting phase will only last a few minutes, but there won’t be any stop to the online voting.
Spain’s long-awaited Gala still has no date yet.
Which song is your favourite and why? Have you voted already? Let us know in the comment section below!