Ukrainian singer LAUD has released a new track, which will perform in the second semi-final of the national selection for the international song contest “Eurovision-2019”.
New song written by LAUD in the Ukrainian language and called “2 dni“. The song tells about a man who really misses his beloved. About this singer said in his Instagram. Also, the artist said that working on the English version of the single.
Song “2 dni”, s the yakoy I vsemu the fate of the National vdboor pesennogo contest “Verbazende-2019”.
LAUD Geplaatst door op Donderdag 7 februari 2019
“2 Dni” is a lyrical ballad. Like most of my songs it is about love, about relationships, or rather, about the separation from his beloved girlfriend. On the selection I’ll sing it in Ukrainian, but we are working on the English version, ” wrote LAUD.
Earlier it was reported that the singer MARUV, replacing Tayanna in the national selection for “Eurovision-2019”, decided to go to Russia with concerts. The actress announced today the presentation in Moscow on 6 April and the 12th in St. Petersburg.
In the comments fans have noted that in the first place would like to see a performance of the singer in Ukraine. Besides, if the artist wins national selection, instead of having to prepare to defend the honor of the country at Eurovision, she will rehearse the speech from the aggressor.
“Peter, I’ll see you the 12th of April! Will be a gun,” he promised Maruv.
It is worth noting that such a decision MARUV was not a surprise. The actress is popular in Russia, and has repeatedly appeared on Russian TV.
MARUV is the creative alias of 26-year-old singer Anna Korsun from Pavlograd, Dnipropetrovsk region. In 2016, Anna has experienced success in national selection in a group of Pringlez. From 2018 began a solo career.
We will remind, on March 22, 2019 in the Kyiv Sports Palace will host the award ceremony of the musical award YUNA 2019.
Earlier Znayu reported, the organizers of the Eurovision-2019 has officially published the names of leading prestigious international singing competition.
Also Znayu wrote, Belarusian singer Marina Gregory, who wants to compete for the right to speak at the “Eurovision 2019”, was presented on his YouTube channel very odd video for the song I Still Love You.