Rotterdam 2021

TODAY: ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ช ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡น ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ฟ Georgia, Malta & Azerbaijan songs released

As the song reveal season of Eurovision draws to a close, three entries are planned to be released today. Keep an eye out for Georgia, Malta and Azerbaijan!

Today’s schedule:

🇬🇪 Georgia – Song Release

What: Tornike Kipiani releases his 2021 entry “You”
When: 13:30 CET
Where: Live television on 1TV

Tornike released a clip of “You” on the official Eurovision channel last week. Tornike was internally selected to represent Georgia in 2020 with “Take Me As I Am”. He was selected again to represent them in 2021. Yesterday it was announced that the entry will be revealed on live television for broadcaster 1TV. It will be available to listen to in full shortly after the premiere.

🇲🇹 Malta – Song Release

What: Destiny releases her 2021 entry, title TBA
When: Around 17:00 CET
Where: Destiny’s Instagram

Junior Eurovision winner of 2015, Destiny is one of Malta’s most well known singers. She was internally selected to represent Malta in Eurovision 2020 with “All Of My Love”. She was selected again for 2021. This time around, the island nation has been quiet about much of the selection process, but Destiny’s song has been given a time of release, so look out for it in late afternoon, Europe time.

Destiny posted: ‘Words cannot describe how excited I am to show you the song that I have been working on!’

🇦🇿 Azerbaijan – Song Release

What: Efendi releases her 2021 entry “Mata Hari”
When: Has been released
Where: Released on Youtube.

Just released, Efendi’s new entry “Mata Hari” can be listened to here! See this article for full details, as well as a chance to listen to the new song. Efendi was due to represent Azerbaijan in 2020 with “Cleopatra” and was invited back for 2021 to sing “Mata Hari”.

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