The Freaky Queen is back with a banger. On Sunday, Senhit unveiled her Eurovision 2021 entry. She’ll sing “Adrenalina” for San Marino at Eurovision 2021 in Rotterdam. The fiery summertime anthem features a verse from international rap sensation Flo Rida.

Senhit dropped her song following a leak in the early hours of Sunday morning. “Adrenalina” was originally scheduled for release on 10 March, but we’ve been treated early! The official music video is out now.

(Scroll down for “Adrenalina” lyrics)

Senhit — “Adrenalina” (feat. Flo Rida)

What do the “Adrenalina” lyrics mean?

“Adrenalina” is a high-energy summertime banger. Senhit brings together eclectic sounds including instruments from her Eritrean roots and beats straight out of Latin-pop to create an altogether bop-worthy track, that is destined to find its way into clubs all around Europe. Despite the Spanish title — which is repeated throughout — the song is fully in English. “Adrenalina” will hit streaming services on 12 March.

“I always want adventure, excitement, new experiences, to live at 360 degrees. ‘Adrenalina’ represents me best with its mix of international electro pop and refined sounds of instruments that come from Eritrea!”, Senhit says. “That’s why I’ve decided to take it also on the Eurovision stage. With Luca Tommassini we are preparing the greatest show!”

The music video also features an appearance from “Low” hitmaker Flo Rida. We first heard his “Adrenalina” verse in the snippet during the teaser video. However, it is not yet confirmed whether Mr Rida will hit the stage in Rotterdam. The San Marino delegation state: “Flo Rida has been a part of the production and is featured in the music video, but it’s yet to be decided if he will take part on stage in Rotterdam. The rap part will either way remain.”

Senhit and Flo Rida co-wrote “Adrenalina” alongside a team of international hitmakers. Jimmy “Joker” Thornfeldt, Joy Deb, Linnéa Deb, Chanel Tukia, Malou Ruotsalainen, Kenny Silverdique, Thomas Stengaard, and Melodifestivalen 2020 entrant Suzi P are all credited on the track. Stengaard and Thornfeldt are also part of the team behind the Cypriot Eurovision 2021 entry, Elena Tsagrinou’s “El Diablo”.

#FreakTripToRotterdam: Senhit’s path to Eurovision 2021

SMRTV internally selected Senhit to represent San Marino at Eurovision 2021 following the cancellation of the 2020 contest, where she was set to sing “Freaky!”. In the build up the Eurovision this year, the artist launched her #FreakyTripToRotterdam campaign, directed by creative visionary Luca Tommassini. The project saw Senhit cover a number of Eurovision classics. Most recently, the Freaky Queen mashed up two legendary Israeli bops — Netta’s “Toy” and Nadav Guedj’s “Golden Boy”.

Senhit previously represented San Marino at Eurovision 2011 in Düsseldorf. There, she sang her breezy pop-rock ballad “Stand By”. However, the song failed to progress through the semi-finals. Will 2021 be Senhit’s year?

“Adrenalina” lyrics — Senhit feat. Flo Rida (San Marino Eurovision 2021)

I’m burning up with affliction
Come give me your full attention
I want you to tame my fire now
Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh
Keep moving now your eyes on me
It’s like my body’s yours only
So baby don’t leave me lonely now
Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh

We’re like fire and gasoline
Come and light it up with me
So high on adrenaline
You’re my adrenalina
Just one touch and I’ll ignite
I’m a flame on dynamite
So high on adrenaline
You’re my adrenalina

Adrenalina

Oh-oh-oh, this place so fancy
Let’s go and light up this city
You’re close enough but I need you closer
Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh
You got me to this point don’t let go
No I’m not living not without you
Yo, you know, and you know I know-oh-oh
You know I know
Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh

We’re likе fire and gasoline
Come and light it up with mе
So high on adrenaline
You’re my adrenalina
Just one touch and I’ll ignite
I’m a flame on dynamite
So high on adrenaline
You’re my adrenalina

Adrenalina (Adrenalina)

[Flo Rida]
Flo Rida, Senhit she got adrenalina

Step in the party ’cause she know to do my body like hot coals
Gasoline kerosene stop drop roll
I can’t blame it on the stove
911 when she coming down the pole
Yeah we like flames when we touch, can’t get enough
We get ignited, so excited, you can feel a rush
Like cloud fire more fire when we in the club
Put out my lighter, got the heat, she got me burnin’ up
So hot look at it steam up
We got the blaze so we inferno when we team up
Hotspot hot girl have you seen her
We up in smoke, fireworks, adrenalina

[Senhit]
Adrenalina
We’re like fire, gasoline
Come and light it up with me
So high on adrenaline
You’re my adrenalina (Adrenaline)
Just one touch and I’ll ignite
I’m a flame on dynamite
So high on adrenaline
You’re my adrenalina

Adrenalina-na-na
Adrenalina (Adrenalina)
Just one touch and I’ll ignite
I’m a flame on dynamite
So high on adrenaline
You’re my adrenalina

What do you think of “Adrenalina”? How will Senhit fair at Eurovision? Will San Marino make it to the final? Let us know in the comments below. 

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Nils
Nils
1 month ago

any news on flo rida’s participation, yet?

Leo M
Leo M
1 month ago

Surely a definite qualifier, loving the ethnic vibes. Still wondering how they roped in Flo Rida, would love if he goes to Rotterdam

Luk
Luk
1 month ago

This year will count Poland, San Marino and Switzerland

Grft
Grft
1 month ago

So it took ELEVEN people to write/compose this song? That’s quite a lot

Jimmy Smit
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Well, I hope Valentina’s getting that extension to her backyard.

Nicolas
Nicolas
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Really ? just listen to Fuego/Replay/Cleopatra and you can make this in 11 minutes by 1 people lmao.

esc1234
esc1234
1 month ago

Bitter swedes have taken over the comment section, just accept that San Marino will do better than Sweden this year and move on :*

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago
Reply to  esc1234

Only if Sweden fails to choose any of their good ones yet again. And even then I wouldn’t be sure. The jury can always add a couple hundred to those 21 televoting points.

Ritabloggs
Ritabloggs
1 month ago
Reply to  esc1234

Can we stop talking about Sweden for just one second please? Reading these commenrs and wondering which ‘angry swedes you are talking about.

Denis
Denis
1 month ago
Reply to  esc1234

LOL ok? Because thiss such a masterpiece you mean? The only thing that comment shows is proof that there is a strong Swedish hate on this site, with people taking gloat in the eventual caseof Sweden not doing well. How very spirit of ESC and uniting indeed! BTW, the same people you say have bad songs are the very same people who made this song. So even if it does better than Sweden we would still take pride since we made the song!

Vytautas
Vytautas
1 month ago
Reply to  Denis

The so-called hate around Sweden in the ESC is really that simple. You could say that some people are tired of Sweden sending “safe” entries, but then – who we are to judge what countries should send? It’s not like every other country in the ESC is sending MTV Awards worthy songs. So, this argument is trash and invalid, at least for a majority of eurofans. And additionally, we know a lot of examples when non-Sweden sending something just as bop as yay-Sweden, it fails miserably because it’s not sent by yay-Sweden. Why’s that? And here we come to a… Read more »

Nils
Nils
1 month ago
Reply to  Denis

reading this comment after reading your whiny tirades against everyone who didn’t like tusse’s entry … have you ever considered you might actually be a nationalist?

Diana
Diana
1 month ago
Reply to  esc1234

or just stop obsessing with sweden? The hate here is ridiculous, the article is literally about san marino. Focus on that instead of being a bitter clown

Coco
Coco
1 month ago

Hope Senhit will win, but I’m worried if Flo Rida will not be on the stage. If he sings in the official song, but he will not be on stage, could that make EBU to disqualify San Marino? I still think is very risky what Senhit is doing to us.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Coco

Looool no worries. If he’s on the song and is not onstage, someone else will sing his part. Have you noticed he’s not even credited in the song as a performing artist? They’re keeping things safe.

Coco
Coco
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

But I’m worried that Senhit is all about self promotion. With all her covers and Flo Rida that will not be in esc, I wonder if she really wants to go to esc, if she knows that San Marino usually gets low points. Could she be the ultimate shady lady?

Richard
Richard
1 month ago
Reply to  Coco

Your comments make exactly zero sense.

Coco
Coco
1 month ago
Reply to  Richard

Then read it again. It’s risky to sing in the video with somebody else that will be on stage. Is it a featuring? With who? She will have to answer, at this point is just EBU good will. I’m right and she already went too far with this illusion.

zelenovi
zelenovi
1 month ago
Reply to  Coco

If you were a pretty-unknown Italian singer and you had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform for all of Europe would you not promote yourself??? I say respect to the woman for seizing the opportunity.

Coco
Coco
1 month ago
Reply to  zelenovi

All right, hope you are right. I want Senhit to win the whole thing.

Bella
Bella
1 month ago

If this was a swedish song, right now it would be first…but ok, you know ”the system”

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago
Reply to  Bella

It is a Swedish song. DebDeb.

Bella
Bella
1 month ago

I mean, If it represented Sweden in Eurovision, then it might be even first…
Don’t tell me Eric Saade has better song lol

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago
Reply to  Bella

Eric wouldn’t win with ‘Adrenalina.’ But I would be curious about that choreography.

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Jimmy Smit
1 month ago

It’s almost worth it just to see the dancing!

Last edited 1 month ago by Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
1 month ago
Reply to  Bella

I agree with Bean, I don’t think Adrenalina would fit Eric but his choreography would be a…curoisity. Song and artist have to be a good fit – Eric wouldn’t win with Voila either. The reaction to San Marino 2021, and the comparisons to Sweden, also show us how important narrative can be to a song/country doing well and winning. It’s clear that San Marino has a strong narrative to do well this year, it’s garnered so much affection and support, especially after Serhat making it to the GF. I think narrative was a key element for past winners, such as… Read more »

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Ritabloggs
Ritabloggs
1 month ago
Reply to  Bella

Lmao it literally is first in the polls? Stop this toxuc sweden obsession. Chile you won’t die from not mentioning the country that shall not be named under every article. +adrenalina is written by an army of Swedes.

Darren
Darren
1 month ago
Reply to  Bella

@Bella That is nonsense. If “the system” sets up Sweden for a fail would you qualify every year? Would you have 6 wins? 2 of which within 3 years? The juries ranking you in the Top 10 every year, who I’d be more inclined to believe are more of a “system” than the average televoter/eurofans watching at home on a Saturday. You can’t be serious. You’re clearly trolling. Sweden can’t win every year, and with what they’ve been sending the last 3 or so years, they don’t deserve to either, but that’s the beauty of competition. Enter something good and… Read more »

Bella
Bella
1 month ago

Adrenalina is good! Good music!It’s better then her last song!

Actually, I love it!

Last edited 1 month ago by Bella
Friedenau
Friedenau
1 month ago

I really appreciate Senhit’s commitment and determination in her Eurovision journey. She has worked hard over the last months giving us content and has surprised with a great “pure Eurovision” song, definitely the best entry from San Marino yet. I think she has a spot in the final in the bag. It sounds a bit dated for a winner, though, but Top 10 is possible! Well done.

raylee
raylee
1 month ago

You should bring Flo Rida to the Eurovision stage! Senhit has tooooo much money she could do that

George
George
1 month ago
Reply to  raylee

how do you know that she has tooooo much money?

Tibor
Tibor
1 month ago

It’s “Crisalide” all over again. Including the same placing in the odds. Fate can’t be that cruel twice. Or can it?

Andi
Andi
1 month ago
Reply to  Tibor

And Crisalide was GOOD compared to this.

Tibor
Tibor
1 month ago
Reply to  Andi

I prefer not to comment on this, people always get so touchy when it comes to Valentina.

Dani
Dani
1 month ago

I’m starting to question y’all tastes here honestly, because the song I heard was pretty mediocre and cheap, guess everyone is thirsty for some bop this year but that’s definitely not it. good luck though

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago
Reply to  Dani

I mean, not to rain on everyone’s parade, but I’m not impressed at all. It’s okay. Actually, I’d prefer it without the rap and the name dropping. Senhit alone.

Alaska
Alaska
1 month ago
Reply to  Dani

Finally some reason.

Frenando
Frenando
1 month ago
Reply to  Dani

Agree.
It’s a cute song but nothing we haven’t heard before.
It sounds like a song taken from the early 2010s where everyone released party songs for the masses (the “scream and shout” era)

Aerin
Aerin
1 month ago
Reply to  Dani

Totally this! Cheap song.

Tulia
Tulia
1 month ago

I thought that this would be amazing after reading these comments, but let’s be honest it is an okay song and nothing out of the ordinary. It goes a lot on strict line without getting any highs. Simply generic with exotic elements. Not feeling the hype.

Tobias Andersen
Tobias Andersen
1 month ago
Reply to  Tulia

the hype is because it’s San Marino. Everyone loves the underdog and they have literally almost no friends. That’s why it was so amazing the year they finally made it. Now they have a great song that might even be in top 10, so if this happens it can show everyone that there IS hope just send the right song (Andorra, Slovakia, Montenegro etc. will be watching carefully…). So yes if this song was from Denmark (just to take other example than Sweden) it would be top 10 material and no hype, but now it’s from the underdog we all… Read more »

Tulia
Tulia
1 month ago

Well I can somewhat agree, underdogs are seen more deserving of the top place, but let’s look into what Denmark usually has to offer in national selection overall, this would stand out amongst those acts, but still I find this song to be flat. No matter who sends it, but it’s San Marino so I think it’s more justified if it gets a good placing since it is a smaller country with less of a budget than others so for them it’s a good effort.

Ashton Schier
Ashton Schier
1 month ago

This is good. But y’all are overhyping it SO SO much that I hope you can understand that it just might not qualify. It’s almost delusion to suggest this could be top 10. I know you guys like it, but it truly is just not as good as you say it is. It’s serviceable, sure, but it’s a by-the-numbers bop/rap fusion song and it’s not really that special. To everyone saying this will be top 10, please prepare to be disappointed.

gilpgilpgilp
gilpgilpgilp
1 month ago
Reply to  Ashton Schier

Will you be joining us at the winning celebration party at Valentina’s backyard?

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
1 month ago
Reply to  Ashton Schier

Well, if all these people who say that it will be winner or top 10 (like me) vote for San Marino be ready to hear Senhit winning in televoters

Tobias Andersen
Tobias Andersen
1 month ago
Reply to  Ashton Schier

turn it around – isn’t it AMAZING a song from San Marino can be hyped??? Doesn’t this show ALL countries stand a chance if they get the artist and song right? If we all help San Marino to a top 10 results I think we may finally see Andorra return 🙂

Kobe
Kobe
1 month ago

I wonder if i hear the same song, i really don’t understand all these hysterical positive reactions.

Andi
Andi
1 month ago
Reply to  Kobe

Neither do I, don’t worry

Aerin
Aerin
1 month ago
Reply to  Kobe

Same here.

Elegrass16
Elegrass16
14 days ago
Reply to  Kobe

like yanni and laurel you know, i just cannot hear anything special in that song, it’s simply boring

Polliu
Polliu
1 month ago

If she can have the same kind of sass as Cyprus 2018, she might be a contender.

CRAIG
CRAIG
1 month ago

Gosh, isn’t this the surprise of the NF season so far. After her naff entry last year, this is quite something….Great work Sam Marino!

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  CRAIG

It’s definitely way better than freaky last year. Said it has definitely taken the lemon that was the cancellation and made lemonade out of it. This is what I want to see with a lot of the returning contestants. A chance to take Advantage of the cancellation to make something even better. Some may achieve it, others may not, but Senhit is definitely one of the ones that really took it by the helm.

Yup
Yup
1 month ago

It’s good, but I wouldn’t start saying this is a winner. Has good elements that bring that ethnic vibe to this, but it kinda doesn’t grow as a song. I see this getting a lot of upport from viewers, but jury isn’t much of a fan of these songs usually.

Top 10 in final would be quite likely with a good staging, singing can’t really be the thing where people stumble down this year.

Kirby
Kirby
1 month ago

Wow, we’re all witnesses of San Marino rocketing to the top-10 in the bookies’ list. Insolito!!!

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 month ago

Amazing. This could actually be the winner. Discuss. 🙂

Mr Vanilla Bean
Mr Vanilla Bean
1 month ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

A little premature, no?

MaelleForFra
MaelleForFra
1 month ago

The only realistic thing to say about the Eurovision winner so far is that, if Eric Saade wins melodifestivalen, he will win Eurovision. There’s not been a song yet that comes close to matching his jury televote appeal. I don’t know if that’s just my opinion or not, but I personally feel like that’s a fair assessment. What do you think? Any song that you think could contend with Eric if he wins melodifestivalen?

Last edited 1 month ago by MaelleForFra
gilpgilpgilp
gilpgilpgilp
1 month ago
Reply to  MaelleForFra

@maelleforfra nice try to hijack this discussion and make it about Sweden. Saade is the best choice in Melodifest – I’ll give you that.

Europotato
Europotato
1 month ago
Reply to  MaelleForFra

It’s an ok song nothing special. In fact melodi imo has such little quality this year which is a shame as I love watching it. I kind of just stopped after the first 2 weeks.

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
1 month ago
Reply to  MaelleForFra

I don’t even feel that Sweden will reach the finals easily

Jimmy Smit
1 month ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

If we stopped accepting new songs, then I think Senhit would have a very good chance of winning. It’s the best bop we have and, if it’s as much fun on stage as we believe it could be, it surely has the potential to at least win the televote. But, obviously we do have more songs incoming and they’re from countries with big expectations. Iceland, Switzerland, Russia, Bulgaria, Malta, and Sweden are all likely to be competitive for a Top 5 finish. And as much as we’re getting a raft of more upbeat songs, I still consider France to be… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by Jimmy Smit
Jimmy Smit
1 month ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

At the very least, it’s astonishing to think San Marino were in the bottom as usual in the odds and are now amongst the Top 10 favourites—Senhit and her team have certainly done a great job at propelling themselves to the top this year and building their own momentum from 2020 to 2021.

EurofanSF
EurofanSF
1 month ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

It’s amazing what a lot of money can. Interesting contrast between Australia and San Marino this year – past performance versus expectations this year.

Jimmy Smit
1 month ago
Reply to  EurofanSF

Oh, money always talks, but vision, creativity and direction are still key here.

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
1 month ago
Reply to  Purple Mask

Again, this was a positive comment of mine that did not deserve five dislikes. I mean, what would you rather I commented that would been seen as more positive? Using expletives? I’m literally out of ideas here.

Josh
Josh
1 month ago

What an upgrade from her song in 2020! San Marino came to slay this year. I’m convinced that a lot of countries that either haven’t won yet or haven’t won in a while are really coming to play this year…it will be exciting to see the final results this year. Also San Marino in 12th with the bookies?! What a time to be alive?!?!

Badwoolfgirl
Badwoolfgirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Josh

I really want a first time winner this year. I don’t think it will be San Marino, but they could do fine if things go well.

Jimmy Smit
1 month ago
Reply to  Badwoolfgirl

It’s exciting to think how many of the favourites would also be first time winners… Iceland, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Malta…and now, the most unlikely of first time winners, San Marino 😀

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

I know, it’s exciting that if everything goes well, a first time winner could emerge from that group or outside. Hopefully isolate in Malta can reveal songs that are actually competitive. There’s a chance that it could be disappointing, but let’s cross our fingers for high quality

Fast Food Music Lover
Fast Food Music Lover
1 month ago

I wasn’t looking forward to San Marino’s entry because I didn’t think it will be good but damn I was wrong! Way to go San Marino!

Grft
Grft
1 month ago

I think this is a good song and could achieve a top15 (maybe a bit higher even) but it feels like everybody’s overestimating its potential a bit… This is still a quite generic ethno-pop Eurovision uptempo which, to me, sounds like it could have been produced in the late 2000s. Which is not bad but I would be very surprised if this song won in 2021. This song and « El Diablo » will probably score lower than the Eurofans would wish. But we’ll see, in any case San Marino can be very proud of their entry.

Melania Trump
Melania Trump
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Well tbh Fuego was also a generic pop song,

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Melania Trump

To me it was more modern (I mean it was 3 years ago, so trends have changed) and better produced. Also it was the only song in its category. This year we have at least 3 other similar songs.

Margarita
1 month ago

I didn’t know I needed this!!! YES QUEEN!!

Briekimchi
Briekimchi
1 month ago

Definitely San Marino’s most competitive entry for many a year but, bold prediction, I do not think this is going to be San Marino’s best ever result. Serhat’s song was really over-placed for what it was. I think qualification should still the goal here and anything more is an absolute bonus.
What an improvement over last year’s song though. Well done, San Marino.

Fefe
Fefe
1 month ago
Reply to  Briekimchi

Their best ever result is 19th place. This will easily be top 18.

Badwoolfgirl
Badwoolfgirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Fefe

i could see it surpassing 19th place, but we’ll see.

Kalla
Kalla
1 month ago

San Marino up to 12th in the odds at time of writing! Wow, surely they have never made it that high before??

dxi
dxi
1 month ago

Not enough windows movie maker effects, but it’s still amazing. I also love that the bookies are going crazy for it hahaha

Lola
Lola
1 month ago

I’m so happy for Senhit and San Marino! They really deserve to be in the spotlight after all these years 🙂 (without being the laughing stock) I still think this song would be just as good without Flo Rida, it just seems so unnecessary to bring a global rapper into Eurovision just to be noticed. I honestly like it a little less because of that. But the fact I like this is HUGE, because I normally don’t like the ultra pop entries. If performed good live, welcome to the top 10 San Marino!!

Alex
Alex
1 month ago

Don’t forget: Serhat was top 10 in the televote… and this is way stronger than “Say Na Na Na”. Combine the serious votes from people that genuinely like this and the “troll votes” that are going to say “it would be funny if San Marino wins” and this could be the televote winner.

Grft
Grft
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

I don’t think this is way stronger than Say Na Na Na in terms of televote potential. Serhat got so many points because it was kind of a troll act. Senhit cannot rely on that because it’s a « good » song, so the troll voters will turn to someone else (Germany…). But Senhit will score higher for the jury than Serhat of course. All in all I think she can reach a better result than Serhat but won’t be higher than 8th or 9th in the final.

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

And let’s be honest, 8th or 9th would be an absolute bomb. San Marino in the Top 10 would be, by far, one of the biggest Eurovision news of the year.
I genuinely think “troll people” will vote for this. The idea of seeing San Marino in the top positions, by itself, is strong enough to motivate people to support them, even if they’re not the strongest entry. It would be a “once in a lifetime” opportunity, you never know.

Azaad
Azaad
1 month ago
Reply to  Grft

Serhat relied on the Turkish diaspora and Azerbaijan for support in addition to ironic support.

raylee
raylee
1 month ago
Reply to  Azaad

actually mostly non Turkish people supports him. Turkish diaspora in Europe already forgot what Eurovision is

Leendert Jan
Leendert Jan
1 month ago

This is the most fun entry I’ve heard from San Marino and much better than her song last year. That said, it’s also pretty flat. OK it’s a fun banger and will definitely get televotes, but I don’t see juries voting for this in droves.

Jimmy Smit
1 month ago

Considering the global pandemic and travel restrictions, would anyone have expected Flo Rida and Senhit to film a 20-second scene in the same room? What matters is they’re in the same music video and in the same song.

Last edited 1 month ago by Jimmy Smit
Badwoolfgirl
Badwoolfgirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Jimmy Smit

It was probably green screened.

Dida
Dida
1 month ago

Slay, Queen! San Marino saved this awful week, filled with weak revealing songs from Romania, Serbia, The Netherlands, Estonia, Denmark, Portugal and Italy… Only Moldova was good this week. Great job, Senhit! Welcome to the Final!

Fred
Fred
1 month ago
Reply to  Dida

Lol you delusional child

aris3505
aris3505
1 month ago
Reply to  Dida

Serbia is really overrated, I can’t understand the hype!!

raylee
raylee
1 month ago
Reply to  aris3505

most overrated one is Moldova i think.. As i see , Serbia is less popular than last year

JWJWJW
JWJWJW
1 month ago

Back in 2011, who could imagine that one of actual Eurovision entrants would go on a collaboration with Flo Rida? Who could imagine that it would actually be Senhit? Who could imagine that their collaboration would be a Sammarinese Eurovision entry??? ???

ESC8
ESC8
1 month ago

Well a huge surprise. It is one of the countries that have improved the most since 2020. I don’t think that the song is anything special, but I am pretty sure that it will qualify.
Good luck to San Marino and congratulations to Senhit!

Anhel
Anhel
1 month ago

Not a fan of this song

raylee
raylee
1 month ago
Reply to  Anhel

why this has downvotes ? people have real menthal issues

Last edited 1 month ago by raylee
SorryIsReal
SorryIsReal
1 month ago

Downvotes incoming but I don’t care.

Another exaggerated pop song just like Cyprus’s El Diablo. Does she even have the vocals to deliver? Y’all gonna be surprised when it won’t be up to your expectations on rehearsals and live shows and I’ll bring the popcorn to laugh my ass out.

Nicolas
Nicolas
1 month ago
Reply to  SorryIsReal

Unfortunately this year will be half live and will save many poor singers. Look at Australia real live and I bet it will totally sound different next may and not because suddenly she totally improved her vocals. Wasn’t Greece 2019 excuse from being sick from the weak performances during the parties ?
Wouldn’t be surprised if we have the weakest vocalist winner of all time this year. Benjamin Ingrosso just came too early in Eurovision… And just imagine that the juries still loved it.

SorryIsReal
SorryIsReal
1 month ago
Reply to  Nicolas

Damn, this is worrying!
I really hope no prerecorded vocals are used.

Nicolas
Nicolas
1 month ago
Reply to  SorryIsReal

They should have at least only allowed pre-recording vocals from direct live sessions without any audio post-processing and at the best not allowed the main singer voice on the pre-recording. But I doubt it and this will expose the lame excuse of the pandemic if we hear some autotune back vocals.
Any professional sound engineering can immediately tell what processes have been used by hearing any soundtrack. So the EBU can’t come with the excuse they can’t control it.

notyourtoy
notyourtoy
1 month ago
Reply to  Nicolas

Yeah, Katherine Duska had actually serious problem in vocals, which destroyed a PERFECT song. If she represented Greece this year she would go much better because she would get more televote points

Last edited 1 month ago by notyourtoy
Ananas
Ananas
1 month ago

Adrenalina is an Italian word too, and given that Senhit’s Italian and Italian is the national language of San Marino, the title would be Italian rather than Spanish

Alex
Alex
1 month ago

I’m sure San Marino will achieve its best result ever. Who knows how high it will be in the end but maybe a very good result might be a pointer or rather an encouragement for Luxemburg, Andorra etc to participate again who , after all, reject to participate due to lack of success. At least among other reasons.

Small countries can have good entries too and achieve great results:)

Last edited 1 month ago by Alex
Red X
Red X
1 month ago
Reply to  Alex

Andorra already plans to return next year

Last edited 1 month ago by Red X
Andi
Andi
1 month ago
Reply to  Red X

They plan that every year 😀

Zander25
Zander25
1 month ago

Good thing San Marino is at Semi Final 2 and least expected they send a slayer. This should qualify to final and I’ll have no more question of doubt if this win. I think this time San Marino deserve a grand win. But the only query I have is it really necessary to add Flo Rida? if He won’t make it to stage it will just damage the song since the promotions include him in the video. And if ever he make it then there’s another American artist like Madonna, Justin Timberlake, etc. who isn’t really aware and/or not really… Read more »

Stephanie
Stephanie
1 month ago

I’m going to have a lot of downvotes. But.. . This is one of those songs that I hear on the radio and which I forgot within five minutes. But I do understand why the majority of you liking this, and that’s totally okay. To end with a positive note. Of all the up tempo songs that have been chosen, this is probably the best so far.

EurofanSF
EurofanSF
1 month ago

Double mike-drop from Italy this weekend; first Maneskin now Senhit delivering a total banger. Did not see either of these coming. These two Italian-titled songs are certainly gonna shake things up in ESC2021! Love it.

GrantK
GrantK
1 month ago

I adore Senhit and her enthusiasm for the contest is so infectious! I think the song is great regardless wether flo rida features or not come the contest. This absolutely deserves to qualify! Well done San Marino.

Benny Hill
1 month ago

In other news Little Big’s song will be released after midnight.

You Diarmuid
You Diarmuid
1 month ago
Reply to  Benny Hill

Nobody asked

M A
M A
1 month ago

Did… did San Marino just save Eurovision 2021?

cipollino
cipollino
1 month ago
Reply to  M A

San Marino created Eurovision!

Jonas
Jonas
1 month ago
Reply to  M A

No.

Vytautas
Vytautas
1 month ago
Reply to  M A

I know this should have looked like a joke but I find it insulting to say least that 24 songs, based on your opinion, are trashy and only San Marino is decent. Not cool.

Badwoolfgirl
Badwoolfgirl
1 month ago

I have to say, I’m surprised. I didn’t expect San Marino to put out a good entry, but this is exactly what I’ve wanted every returning artist to do–take advantage of the cancellation and come up with a even better song for 2021. Senhit has done it and I couldn’t be happier for her. This song is way better than Freaky, and it could get San Marino to the final and even their best placing surpassing Serhat. I could see it happening and I would be proud of them. That said, while I do think it’s one of San Marino’s… Read more »

ESCFanGA
ESCFanGA
1 month ago

I can’t help but think the overwhelmingly positive reaction to the song from Eurofans has to do with the fact that it is representing San Marino, which has one of the weakest Eurovision track records of any country and usually sends absolute garbage to the contest. I’m not sure people would react the same way if it was coming from another country (particularly a more successful country like Sweden or Russia)

Badwoolfgirl
Badwoolfgirl
1 month ago
Reply to  ESCFanGA

Well, it’s the best song San Marino has ever sent since Crisalide (Vola) and certainly better than past entries. The buzz will level and we’ll see where it actually places. It’s actually just outside my top ten because I don’t like the Flo Rida inclusion, but I never ranked a San Marino song very highly before, so it’s a nice change of pace.

Ángel NF
Ángel NF
1 month ago
Reply to  ESCFanGA

Well if it came from Sweden it would be disappointing but gosh it’s a A+ for San Marino, I really hope they get a TOP 15 or luckily 10!!!

Last edited 1 month ago by Ángel NF
Richard
Richard
1 month ago
Reply to  ESCFanGA

Absolute garbage?? What a cheek!

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 month ago
Reply to  Richard

San Marino doesn’t exactly have the best track record, does it? They have only qualified twice.

Nikko
Nikko
1 month ago
Reply to  ESCFanGA

I don’t think so. If a song in Melodifestivalen is featuring Flo Rida, everyone would get nuts about it. And it is not a bad song tbh

Alex
Alex
1 month ago
Reply to  Nikko

Exactly. If Melodifestivalen had Flo Rida in a song, we would talk about Sweden doing it again, about them being the Eurovision kings, top 5 guaranteed and much more. Is this the best Eurovision entry? Hell no, but the idea of seeing San Marino dropping one of the biggest bombs of the year is enough to generate all these reactions, and honestly? They deserve it.

Nikko
Nikko
1 month ago

One question comes into my mind: How can she afford all this? I don’t think that SMRTV paid for all her expenses. top Swedish producers, Flo Rida, parachute jump for a teaser, all her Youtube covers, expensive music videos etc.

Does she have a rich husband? Or is she rich herself? How???

Reus
Reus
1 month ago
Reply to  Nikko

Everyone is wondering the same. Seems like she has a wealthy sponsor, but nobody knows who.

Nick
Nick
1 month ago
Reply to  Nikko

She has a rich wife actually, I’m not joking

acp
acp
1 month ago
Reply to  Nick

Really? Who is she?

Frisian esc
Frisian esc
1 month ago

San Marino first in the my eurovision scoreboard? We love to see it!

BeepBoop
BeepBoop
1 month ago

For me… out of every country presenting the “generic dance pop song + female singer” formula, San Marino is the one I have actually enjoyed the most? I was afraid all of those songs would actually cancel each other (and it was getting really boring too, to be honest) but this one brings something different — and it’s not the unnecessary rap — Senhit is a great performer, she has the Eurovision experience, she is there to have fun and… I appreciate that a lot! I am so happy for her 🙂

Joe
Joe
1 month ago

Looking forward to Eurovision 2022 in Valentina’s back garden