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Stefania releases new music video ‘Wait No More’

Greece's Eurovision 2021 top 10 star brings Latin rhythms to New Music Friday!

A new year brings new releases to New Music Friday and our weekend playlists. Greece’s Eurovision 2020 and 2021 representative, Stefania wants us all to ‘Wait No More’ in watching her latest music video, as she releases her first single of 2022.

Wait No More

Today the Greek-Dutch star, Stefania delivers a prophetic anthem in new single, ‘Wait No More’. An uptempo song with lots of Latin inspired flair, to have us all waiting in line for Covid-safe dancing at the club! Those that enjoyed ‘Mucho Calor‘ will love this too. The single is the work of Niels Zuiderhoek, Shannon Rani, Simon Gitsels and Yoshi Breen. Together they are a Dutch writing and producing team. Most notably, Niels has produced songs for Dutch rock band Kensington, whilst Shannon Rani has worked with the likes of David Guetta and Sam Feldt.

The music video is directed by Giovanni Kuijvenhoven and Tamara van der Vos. During which, Stefania is impatiently waiting in an empty cocktail bar for her date. Throughout the pair dance the night away, as the ending note on the bar, “my time is up”, suggests the date was successful!

Meanwhile Stefania has recently suggested she would like to return to the contest in the future, after exploring more opportunities her two participations have already afforded. So until then, we can enjoy watching ‘Wait No More’, below.

Stefania in the Eurovision Song Contest

Before participating in the Eurovision Song Contest, Stefania took part in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest, Back in 2016 she was member of Kisses with the song ‘Kisses & Dancin‘, which placed 8th with 174 points.

In 2020, Greece announced her internal selection to represent them with the song ‘SUPERG!RL’. Despite the cancellation of the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest, Greece stood by Stefania for the 2021 return to Rotterdam. During the contest Stefania and her 80s inspired bop, ‘Last Dance’, finished in 10th place with 170 points. Thus achieving Greece’s best result since their sixth place in 2013.

Are you wanting to ‘Wait No More’ for new music from Stefania? Let us know! Be sure to stay updated by following @ESCXTRA on Twitter, @escxtra on Instagram and liking our Facebook page for the latest updates! Also, be sure to follow us on Spotify for the latest music from your favourite Eurovision acts. As well as YouTube to see our reactions to the news in the run up to the 2022 contest in Turin!

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