Eurovision 2023 may have come to a conclusion, but the music will always continue. A number of Eurovision artists are thankfully still producing new music for us to enjoy.

Contrary to the commonly perpetuated myth about the song contest killing careers, we’re always thrilled to report that singers associated with Eurovision are thriving.

Here is our latest weekly roundup with a selection of the songs and music videos released recently by Eurovision stars.

New music from Eurovision artists: 2023 | Week 21 part 2

With so many new songs this week, we’ve split the roundup into two smaller halves. You can find part 1 here.

Marco Mengoni – MATERIA (PRISMA)

After a fourth-place finish at Eurovision 2023, Marco Mengoni has released the new album MATERIA (PRISMA). It completes his tripatch of albums that started with TERRA and PELLE. The new 11 songs include “Due Vite” as well as a collaboration with Sanremo alum Elodie, which comes with a new music video.

Devito feat. Jala Brat & Buba Corelli – “Vajbuje”

Jala Brat was a rapper for Bosnia & Herzegovina’s Eurovision entry in 2016. He and Buba Corelli have joined forces with Serbian rapper Devito for the song “Vajbuje”.

Loïc Nottet – Addictocrate

Belgium’s Loïc Nottet has released the new studio album Addictocrate. It’s the Eurovision 2015 star’s first LP to be sung entirely in French.

Rosa López – “Señales”

Rosa Lopez represented Spain at Eurovision in 2002. Her new song “Señales” translates to “Signs” in English.

Kristian Kostov – “Mine”

Bulgaria’s Eurovision 2017 star has dropped the new single “Mine”. Kristian Kostov spoke about the person who inspired the song in a post on Instagram:

“The person I wrote this song about will never know that it’s about them. We actually never were together so the lyrics are a bit on a ‘living my fantasy’ side of things. I did try to ‘get them’ but my mission was a failure… We did kiss tho… Wonder if they think about it. hope not hahaha.”

Michał Wiśniewski & Etiennette WIśniewska – “Ikar”

Michał Wiśniewski represented Poland twice at Eurovision as part of Ich Troje. His latest single is a family affair. For “Ikar”, Michał is joined by his daughter Etiennette WIśniewska.

Michael Schulte & Giraffenaffen – “Dir gehört mein Herz”

The album Giraffenaffen 8 will be released in September, featuring a mixture of covers of Disney songs, German classics and children’s songs. Some of the funds from the album will go towards children’s charity Die Arche. Michael Schulte’s contribution to the album has been released as a preview. Germany’s Eurovision 2018 star covers Phil Collins’ “You’ll Be In My Heart” from Tarzan.

Isaiah Firebrace – “Have You Ever?”

Australia’s Eurovision 2017 contestant brings us the slow R&B jam “Have You Ever?”. It’s a cover of the song first recorded by American singer Brandy in 1998.

Eldar – “Break Free”

Eldar’s new track is “Break Free”. Commenting about the song, Azerbaijan’s Eurovision 2011 champion notes:

“This one is for those who lost their inner strength and who’ve let their faith fall in pieces, for some reason. Supposed to be self healing too.. cuz I’m tired and want to break free, too.”

The Starlings & Ozark Henry – “Under Your Spell”

They just missed out on a trip to Eurovision 2023, but The Starlings are moving forward with the new single “Under Your Spell”. The duo, which features Belgium’s 2010 entrant Tom Dice, have brought fellow Belgian singer Ozark Henry on board for the song.

Senhit – “Pow”

POW! Senhit has taken to the Eurovision stage twice for San Marino. Now she’s hitting us with another catchy pop track for our playlists.

3JS – “De Trein”

It was 2011 when 3JS represented the Netherlands at Eurovision. Their latest single is “De Trein” – Dutch for “The Train”.

Victor Crone – “Twentyfourseven”

In his new track, Victor Crone says he’ll be there for his friend “Twentyfourseven”. No doubt Estonia’s Eurovision 2019 representative hopes fans will have his song on 24/7 rotation as well.

Laura Rizzotto – “Papaya”

Hungry for a bit of “Papaya”? Laura Rozzott, Latvia’s Eurovision 2018 act, serves up a slice of the tropical fruit with her new mid-tempo track.

It’s been two years, but Ana Soklič finally has a follow-up single to her Eurovision 2021 entry. “Bohemian girl, Bohemian woman” is more uptempo but still has a soulful and gospel touch.

Elena Gheorghe & Eugenia Nicolae – “Inimă nebună”

Elena Gheorghe (Romania 2009) recently teamed up with Eugenia Nicolae for the song “Inimă nebună”. The title of the single translates to “Crazy Heart”.

Sabina Babayeva – “Sən və Mən”

“Sən və Mən” is the latest single from Sabina Babayeva (Azerbaijan 2012). An Azeri pop offering, the English title is “You and Me”.

Which of these new songs is your favourite? Have we missed out on any? Do you have any artists you want to shout out to? Let us know in the comments.

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Fredrik
Fredrik
11 months ago

Swedens Victor Crone delivers again!

Antananarivo
Antananarivo
11 months ago

It would be fantastic to see Loic Nottet singing in French next xear at ESC….

Lynda
Lynda
11 months ago

I want all the Turks who voted for him to leave my country ASAP. If he is that great , go live under his rule.

Ben r
Ben r
11 months ago

Jana Burcheska (MKD 2017) also has released first new song out (Home Alone) since she appeared at Eurovision

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
11 months ago

The news has been a little slow on wiwiblogs, but I’m not going to hold it against them because it is the post-Eurovision season, and they all probably are either taking a break or busy with other things, so I’ll just have to focus my attention elsewhere

Jonas
Jonas
11 months ago
Reply to  BadWoolfGirl

This will be my last comment here until September. I need a rest. A happy summer to all!

Zanoni
Zanoni
11 months ago
Reply to  Jonas

Happy summer! I am torn between my desperate desire to increase my Eurovision knowledge base and my worry that I’m on the track to serious burnout.

BadWoolfGirl
BadWoolfGirl
11 months ago
Reply to  Zanoni

I think it’s probably a good idea to take a break and focus on other things. Before you know it, the Eurovision season could start up again. And don’t forget we have Junior eurovision coming up. I’m actually playing to doing some research over some prompts that I’ve been percolating in my mind related to Eurovision— all Eurovision participants, who have participated on The Voice (so far I have done 2019 through 2023); countries who finished in the same place in both the semifinal and grand final; measuring the distance time between appearances for eurovision artists who participated at the… Read more »

Milan
Milan
11 months ago

Loïc Nottet’s new album is what was missing all these years.

Jerevision
Jerevision
11 months ago

Just a mistake notice here: Rosa represented spain in 2002 not 2022

DutchTurkk
DutchTurkk
11 months ago

The last few days there has been speculation about who came 2nd in the Dutch internal selection this year. According to insiders, it was Merol with her song “Applaus”. God she would’ve qualified with that song, such a wasted opportunity…

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
11 months ago
Reply to  DutchTurkk

The music of “Applaus” is cool-sounding, but I thought that the meaning of the song was somewhat unlikeable being about fake applause, and some might call it passive-aggressive. It would have been interesting to see how that could have been staged live.

Anonymous91
Anonymous91
11 months ago
Reply to  DutchTurkk

We don’t care about trashy Merol over here lol, she will never ever represent us

DutchTurkk
DutchTurkk
11 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

I agree with you that I don’t really like the rest of her songs, but I really liked this one (suprisingly).

Amar pelos dois
Amar pelos dois
11 months ago
Reply to  Anonymous91

Applaus would have been a great dutch entry…

DutchTurkk
DutchTurkk
11 months ago

Extactly…

Purple Mask
Purple Mask
11 months ago

It’s great to hear Kris’ (Kristian Kostov’s) music again after a while, and especially under these circumstances. Keep on singing. 🙂
Laura Rizzoto – Great to hear from you as always. Breakfast and papaya, indeed 😀

And of course, Loïc Nottet has an exceptionally powerful voice in any language.