ESC Covers saw the very cute and unique picture about the zeroes of our time and decided we must write about it.
Blas Cantó & James Newman have recorded an acoustic duet of I’ll Stay (the English version of Voy A Quedarme – the Spanish 2021 Eurovision song).
BLAS CANTO of SPAIN has his second rehearsal.
Thursday 13 May and the rehearsals started for the BIG 5 countries and the host. ESC Covers have on line accreditation and a team of reporters will follow it in shifts and report for us. Here is the sixth and last report from the first rehearsals of a Big 5 country and the host – that of Spain.
In her latest series of Eurovision covers, Jessica Spiteri from Malta has recorded the Spanish 2021 Eurovision song Voy A Quedarme / I’ll Stay by Blas Cantó.
Blas Cantó has released I’ll Stay, which is the English version of his 2021 Eurovision song for Spain, Voy a quedarme (I am going to stay).
Thanks to 57 people who responded to our call to submit a top 10 of the 2021 entries, we have an exciting result!
Blas Cantó will represent Spain at the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest with Voy a quedarme (I am going to stay). On the special tv show, ‘Destino Eurovisión’, he was reunited with some former friends from his time in the Eurojunior 2004 selection.
Spanish television (RTVE) broadcast Destino Eurovisión 2021 featuring Blas Cantó, and chose their song for Eurovision 2021 last night.
Blas Cantó has released the two songs in contention to be the Spanish Eurovision 2021 entry.
The two songs in contention for Spain are –
- Voy a quedarme (I will stay)
- Memoria (Memory)
The Blas Team say: ‘Voy a quedarme’ – “an exciting, modern ballad where Blas showcases his vocal registers” and ‘Memoria’ – “uptempo with a lot of percussion and powerful expression”.
Blas was orginally chosen to represent Spain at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest with Universo. The contest was cancelled due to the world health situation.
You can vote for your favourite song here. Anybody can vote, even from outside of Spain. You can hear the full songs below if you do not subscribe to Spotify.
Source: ESC Covers; eurovision.tv