Last Month, Senhit began her journey to next year’s Eurovision Song Contest, with her #FreakyTriptoRotterdam series. For the second entry to the series, Senhit chose to cover the 2003 winning entry ‘Everyway That I Can’ by Sertab Erener. Sertab won the competition for Turkey in Riga at 2003.
With the continuation of the series, sees Senhit’s continued collaboration with Luca Tommassini. You are able to watch Senhit’s latest effort below:
Upon the release of the music video to her version of ‘Everyway That I Can’, Senhit speaks up more about the concept of the video, and what it’s about.
This video is a reflection on the image of democracy and equality behind which our society is hiding. Where we all too often allow people who discriminate to walk around with their heads straight up!. We are living a Hollywood that is crying, showing it’s vulnerability and it’s flaws. Marilyn Monroe and Madonna’s American dream, the fairy tales we were told as children, the idolisation of Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion show themselves for what they are: dictatorships of a perfect image to follow.Senhit on the music video for ‘Everyway That I Can’
Continue to stick around, as Senhit is set to reveal her third Eurovision cover on the 1st of September.
Senhit at the Eurovision Song Contest
In 2011, Senhit represented San Marino in Düsseldorf (as Senit), with the song ‘Stand By‘. Unfortunately, she failed to qualify for the Grand Final when she placed 16th in the semi-final.
Nearly ten years on, Senhit announced her return to the Eurovision Song Contest. After an online-vote, it was announced that she will be singing ‘Freaky’. Despite the cancellation of the 2020 contest, it was announced that Senhit will represent San Marino at the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest.
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