Category Archives: 2019 Eurovision Song Contest

‘Di Na Na Na’ – Serhat releases Spanish version of his 2019 Eurovision hit!

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Serhat has released a Spanish version of, Say Na Na Na, his 2019 Eurovision song for San Marino. The title is Di Na Na Na.

The music video for Di Na Na Na is now available and the song can be ordered on all digital platforms

You can see the official video clip for Di Na Na Na below.

Source: ESC Covers

Check out the new single ‘Black Leather’ by KEiiNO feat. Charlotte Qamaniq

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KEiiNO feat. Charlotte Qamaniq have released a brand new single entitled Black Leather.

Black Leather is composed by Tom Hugo Hermansen, Alexander Nyborg Olsson, Ruediger Schramm, Fred Buljo, Alexandra Rotan and Charlotte Qamaniq. It is produced by Ruediger Schramm and Tom Hugo Hermansen. The publishers are BMG Rights Management, Hugoworld AS. It is mixed by Christer A. Cederberg and mastered by Chris Gehringer at Sterling Sound  and recorded at Arctic Sound Studios, Alta, Triplet Studios Oslo and So Amizin Studios, New Jersey.

Charlotte Qamaniq is a Canadian throat singer.

Black Leather is available to stream or purchase from all digital stores.

KEiiNO represented Norway at the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest with the public favourite Spirit In The Sky.

You can see the official music video for Black Leather below.

Source: ESC Covers

Rachel Lowell wins the 2019 Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza festival in Malta

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Many congratulations to Rachel Lowell on winning the 2019 Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza contest in Malta with her song Li Stajt Nagħżel Jien (I have to choose).

Li Stajt Nagħżel Jien is composed by Mark Spiteri Lucas and Rita Pace. It is a beautiful ballad sung with passion and feeling by Rachel.

The songs at the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza are performed in the Maltese language and the show is broadcast on Net tv in Malta.

The full line up –

  • 1.  Amber Grace  – Ngħix
  • 2.  DomeniqueFrammenti
  • 3.  Ruth Portelli – Nipproteġik
  • 4.  Graziana Hili – Strument Bla Ħoss
  • 5.  Cherylis – Wirt Tfuliti
  • 6.  Mark – Taħt Sema Malti
  • 7.  Rachel Lowell – Li Stajt Nagħżel Jien
  • 8.  Justine DelmarMaskri
  • 9.  Kayley CuschieriNanna 
  • 10.  Daryl Schembri  – Dellijiet
  • 11. Rutger Scicluna GaleaWarda
  • 12.  Domenique – Ma Ninsew Qatt
  • 13.  Krista Spiteri LucasKatrin
  • 14.  Mikhail –  Lgħabt Man-Nar
  • 15.  Danica Muscat – Sfumaw
  • 16.  Simone Gauci – Dellu Tqil
  • 17.  Maria Spiteri – Ta’ Kuljum
  • 18.  Kayley CuschieriRitwal
  • 19.  Mirko Bugeja – Ritratt M’Għandix
  • 20.  Kevin Cortis – Kif Ma Tismax

You can see Rachel perform her winning song below.

Source: ESC Covers; Net tv

Malta: Results of 2019 L-Għanja tal-Poplu competition

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L-Għanja tal-Poplu

The 2019 L-Għanja tal-Poplu competition took place in Malta last weekend.  The songs are all performed in the Maltese language with a live orchestra. Here are the results of the respective categories.

1st:  Philip Vella Il-Verità (composer of many Malta Eurovision songs)

2nd: Cherylis – Tfewwaħ

3rd: Rachel Lowell – Minn Kajfas Għal Għand Pilatu

Best Interpretation: Janice Mangion – Għadu Mhux il-Waqt

Best Originality: Rachel Lowell

Best Singer/Songwriter: Cherylis

Source: ESC Covers; PBS

Let’s take a look at the performances below –


Armenia is the second entry Ida Andia of Romania and Roy van der Merwe of South Africa look at and highlight a good point and a bad point of the entry.

Ida – Good point : I like the powerful song, her voice too. She sings very well live.
Bad point : The shooting with the empty arena.

Roy – Good point : Like her voice a lot.
Bad point : Do not think the song is strong enough.



From today, over the next 60 days, Ida Andia of Romania and Roy van der Merwe of South Africa will look at the 41 entries in the 2019 Eurovision song contest and mention one good point and one bad point of each entry.

We start off with Albania.

Ida – good point : I liked the colours on stage – red and black, like the Albanian flag.
Bad point : I did not like her dress too much.

Roy – good point : I like the fact that their entry is in their own language.
Bad point : Difficult to follow the message of the song in Albanian – would have liked maybe a portion in English.


Who will win the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest?

2019 Eurovision Song Contest logo
2019 Eurovision Song Contest logo

Tonight is the grand final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest, Who will be the winner this year?

1. Malta
2. Albania
3. Czech Republic
4. Germany
5. Russia
6. Denmark
7. San Marino
8. North Macedonia
9. Sweden
10. Slovenia
11. Cyprus
12. Netherlands
13. Greece
14. Israel
15. Norway
16. United Kingdom
17. Iceland
18. Estonia
19. Belarus
20. Azerbaijan
21. France
22. Italy
23. Serbia
24. Switzerland
25. Australia
26. Spain

The favourite for many weeks has been The Netherlands but there is big competition from Australia, Russia, Sweden, Azerbaijan…and possible outsiders like Norway, Malta and Denmark. Also, Iceland has a big hype. Spain and France and Italy are highly rated with fans .

ESC Covers predicts –             ROY            NIEL              IAN       COLE

TO WIN                                    RUSSIA       RUSSIA          SWEDEN  SWEDEN


We will see later…but for sure there will be many big performances.





2019 Eurovision Song Contest logo
2019 Eurovision Song Contest logo

Here are the predictions of the ESC Covers team for the first semi-final of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest.

ROY           IAN      COLE

CYPRUS                                             Y                Y            Y

MONTENEGRO                                  N               N           Y

FINLAND                                         N                Y           Y

POLAND                                          N                Y           Y

SLOVENIA                                      N                N           N

CZECH REPUBLIC                         Y                Y           Y

HUNGARY                                      N               N           N

BELARUS                                       Y                Y           Y

SERBIA                                           Y               N           Y

BELGIUM                                      Y               N           N

GEORGIA                                      N              Y            N

AUSTRALIA                                  Y              Y            Y

ICELAND                                      Y              Y            N

ESTONIA                                      Y              N            N

PORTUGAL                                 N             N             N

GREECE                                       Y             Y             Y

SAN MARINO                             Y             Y             Y

The bookmakers predict the seven countries not to make it will be : Poland, Portugal, Georgia, Belarus, San Mariino, Finland, Montenegro