Get out of her heart and on to the dance floor. Rosa Linn has released the remix of her Eurovision 2022 song “Snap”.

Armenia’s most recent song contest star has taken her tender and sweet entry and given it some sultry edge with the help of multi-platinum music producer Fargo. The Los Angeles-based talent has more than a billion streams in his catalogue.

Rosa Linn decided to release the remix on June 22 — the date referenced both in her song’s lyrics and on stage at Eurovision. You’ll recall that as she sang “since June 22nd, my heart’s been on fire,” she ripped a piece of her wall to reveal the date in black letters.

 

“I think we’ve all been at a snapping point, where it felt like there’s no way out and that the entire world is just crumbling down around you,” Rosa Linn previously said of her Eurovision 2022 song. 

“You start questioning everything, including yourself. I have been there. And what I realized was that I had the strength to shape my reality – it just took getting out of my own way and finding inner-peace.”

“It’s all about self-love and accepting that you are enough. Writing ‘Snap’ was a form of therapy for me and I hope that it can be that for others who are also going through hard times.”

For many those themes will resonate even more beautifully in the dreamy remix, which speeds by at just 2:24. The instrumental breaks, filled with digital sounds, give you plenty of time to contemplate whatever you’re feeling — and what you can do to stop yourself from snapping.

What do you think of the remix? Should Rosa Linn remix her earlier song “King”? Let us know what you’re thinking down below!

 
 
 
 
 
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The Voice of Reason
The Voice of Reason
11 days ago

But what happened to her on tape performance?

Esc Aqua
11 days ago

it was deleted, i think the ebu posted it without the armenian broadcaster’s consent and were forced to delete it