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🇺🇦 Go_A to sing “Shum” at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021

The fourth song for 2021

Today it was revealed that five-member jury has unanimously picked “Shum” for Go_A to represent Ukraine with at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021!

Listen to “Shum”

“Shum” was released on January 22nd. Currently the song is too long for Eurovision but the shortened version and the new music video will be released next month.

Yesterday short snippets of the three songs Go_A submitted for the jury were revealed. These three songs were “Shum”, “Rano” and “Tserkovka”. Five-member jury made the decision of which song Go_A will sing at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. The jury consisted of:

  • Jamala – singer, winner of Eurovision Song Contest 2016
  • Yevhen Filatov – producer, leader of The Manaken band
  • Ruslan Kvinta – music producer, composer
  • Yaroslav Lodygin – member of the Managing Board of UA: PBC in charge of television
  • Dmytro Khorkin – member of the Managing Board of UA: PBC in charge of radio

Ukraine will take part in the first semifinal of the contest on 18 May. Go_A is set to perform on the first half of the show.

Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest

Go_A won Ukraine’s national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 with the song “Solovey”. The group got the highest points from the both jury and the televoters. As the 2020 contest was cancelled, the broadcaster UA:PBC selected Go_A internally as their representative for Eurovision Song Contest 2021.

Ukraine has competed in the contest 15 times, winning twice and regularly featuring in the top 10. To date, Ukraine remains one of two participating countries who have always qualified for the final.

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