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🇮🇱 Netta releases remix of ‘Toy’ after Tik-Tok success

Eurovision 2018 winner Netta has been continues on with her recent successes. She has just recently released her own version of “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”. Now, she is back to where it all started, as she has released a new Remix of her Eurovision winning entry ‘Toy’, after its success on Tik-Tok.

On the new remix, we see the track sped up a bit, as well as having the chicken noises more prominent in this version, which is sure to make you want to do your own Tik-Tok!

A viral hit on Tik-Tok, two years on

Even though it has been two years since Netta won the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon. Toy has suddenly a received a resurgence after becoming viral on Tik-Tok. At the time of writing (04.09.2020 / 18:30CET), over 2 million Tik-Tok’s have been created.

@nettabarzili

What the HECK, I still can’t believe #Toy is going #viral on TikTok!!! Here is the trophy I won for it at #Eurovision in 2018!

♬ Toy – Netta

Listen to ‘Toy (#NotYourToy Remix)’

You are now able to listen to the remix of the Tik-Tok smash, via the following streaming platforms:

Spotify

Apple Music

Moreover, you can follow us (escxtra) and our “New Music Friday” playlist on Spotify, so you never miss a new release from your favourite Eurovision artists.

Netta at the Eurovision Song Contest

Israel selected Netta to be their representative and internally selected the song “Toy” for her. Netta headed into the competition as the bookies favorite to win the entire competition. 

In Lisbon, Netta managed to bring Israel to the Grand Final for the fourth time, as she won her semi-final and managed to give Israel it’s fourth win.

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