He recently won Kënga Magjike — one of Albania’s most prestigious singing events and a hot house for Eurovision talent past, present and future. And shortly afterwards singer Alban Ramosaj met up with us for a quick test of his knowledge of ESC.

Alban, who told our Deban explicitly that he’s considering a run at Festivali i Këngës and hopefully Eurovision, proves that he isn’t just a passive fan who watches one a year on a Saturday. He actually traveled to Rotterdam this year to support Albania’s ESC 2021 star Anxhela Peristeri.

In the video above we challenge him to sing a series of Eurovision songs on demand. Can he sing that tune when we name the country and year? Norway, Albania, Denmark, Germany, Sweden, and Turkey are in the mix. We also discuss Eurovision 2021 acts Gjon’s Tears and Anxhela Peristeri, and he shares his thoughts on Albania’s 2017 star Lindita Halimi.

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Luc
Luc
1 year ago

I might be wrong but I feel he’s the guy that’s gonna win Eurovision for Albania in the near future

Alex
Alex
1 year ago

Cute guy but why are you guys spamming us with artists that have no connection to Eurovision or national finals? I mean i love you so please use it as feedback. I don’t think the average Eurovision fan knows this guy or cares about this guy. I know you’re very into the Albanian shows but this site should promote the articles about Eurovision mostly..

Rose
Rose
1 year ago
Reply to  Alex

They’re allowed to talk about artists being considered for the contest, no?

Fatima
Fatima
1 year ago

He’s a smooth operator

Sot
Sot
1 year ago

Well, he could actually as well be someone that could bring Albania back to the top 10 after 10 years!

Luc
Luc
1 year ago
Reply to  Sot

I think he could even win the whole contest if he makes things right

Aplk
Aplk
1 year ago

Can’t you read?

Chris
Chris
1 year ago
Reply to  Aplk

So why Wiwibloggs made a post about him?

Euro Fan
Euro Fan
1 year ago

Hope he will represent Albania at Eurovision 2022.

Fast Food Music Lover
Fast Food Music Lover
1 year ago

How was he able to travel to Rotterdam? Is he part of the Albanian delegation? I thought the show is only opened for locals.

Luc
Luc
1 year ago

He was born in the Netherlands to an albanian-kosovar family

Fast Food Music Lover
Fast Food Music Lover
1 year ago
Reply to  Luc

Oh, I see. Interesting. Thanks!

Alex
Alex
1 year ago

actually i was surprised to see him with accreditation, seems like he was part of the Albanian delegation? Honestly, even Marija flew to Rotterdam even though she was not invited by the broadcaster, EBU… restrictions my butt…

Rose
Rose
1 year ago

I do hope he goes for it. Send a male next year and not a female singer for a change, Albania.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
1 year ago

He should try out for FIK this year. If he has a great song and all goes well, he’d be a great participant for 2022.

Mexican eurofan
Mexican eurofan
1 year ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

I doubt it, he said that he would have to have everything prepared a year before, and this year he has been busy with Kënga Magjike so it is unlikely. Maybe for 2023

Alonso
Alonso
1 year ago

Anything can happen and nothing is impossible.