Gaia has released the official music video for her new song, Message. It is dramatic and exquisitely filmed and Gaia looks very beautiful in the clip.
Gaia Cauchi has released her brand new song called Message. It is a lovely ballad that suits Gaia’s powerful and clear vocals.
Gaia Cauchi makes a welcome return with her brand new song called Over You. It is a contemporary and soulful track sung beautifully by Gaia.
Over You is composed by Gaia Cauchi, Matt ‘Muxu’ Mercieca and Cyprian Cassar.
Gaia has come a long way since winning the 2013 Junior Eurovision Song Contest for Malta with The Start. She continues to mature as an artist and has released several successful hit songs. Gaia has also been involved in a successful TikTok project as part of Clubhouse Europe. She is also kept busy with modelling projects.
You can hear Over You below. The track is available to purchase or stream via most digital stores.
Source: ESC Covers; @gaiacauchi
Gaia Cauchi is currently involved with a fun new project CLUBHOUSE EUROPE on the popular TikTok social media platform. She is is a mansion with other girls taking on various challenges.
Hopefully we will hear new music from Gaia soon too but in the meantime you can check on her adventures with CLUBHOUSE EUROPE, which currently as 1.3 million followers, at @clubhouse_europe .
Gaia won the 2013 Junior Eurovision Song Contest for Malta with The Start and has since gone on to be a successful recording act and model.
Check out one of Gaia’s music videos, Why I Should I?, below.
Source: ESC Covers; @clubhouse_europe
Gaia Cauchi has released the official video clip of the song Why Should I? It is a vibrant and uplifting and lively video for hot dance track.
Why Should I? is composed by Kevin Paul and Gaia and produced by Siconix @WickedandLoud. The mixing and editing are courtesy of Matteo Depares also @WickedandLoud.
The music video is directed by Steven Levi Vella and the D.O.P is by Matthew Muscat Drago.
Why Should I? can be purchased or streamed via most digital stores.
You can see the video for Why Should I? below.
Source: ESC Covers
Gaia Cauchi has released her official brand new single. It is entitled Why Should I? It is a refreshing and upbeat dance song that showcases Gaia’s smooth and clear vocals.
Why Should I? is composed by Daniel Borg and Kevin Paul Calleja. The track is released via WickedandLoud Records and is available to purchase or stream via most digital stores.
Gaia won the 2013 Junior Eurovision Song Contest for Malta with The Start. She has since developed and matured in to an even more top vocalist and has a big future ahead of her.
You can hear Why Should I? below.
Source: ESC Covers
Gaia Cauchi will be releasing a brand new single on 2 October entitled Why Should I? It is expected to be an upbeat club pop song with a lot of energy.
Gaia has been working on new music for some time, which she has been involved in the writing and producing herself.
It was in 2013 that Gaia won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest for Malta with The Start. In 2018 she impressed the judges (Simon Cowell, Robbie Williams, Louis Tomlinson and Ayda Field) on the X Factor UK. Robbie admired Gaia’s audition but felt at the time, at 15 years old, she was more suited to a girlband. Gaia was invited to join a specially made up group, Sweet Sense, and went all the way to the judges houses stage.
Gaia is now 16 years old and ready to return with new music. ESC Covers will bring you more about Why Should I? when the track is officially released.
Source: celebmix.com; ESC Covers
Unfortunately, the made up girl band, Sweet Sense, featuring Gaia Cauchi from Malta, did not make the live shows of the X Factor UK. It appears the chemistry was not quite right within the band but, nevertheless, the girls performed very well in front of mentor, Robbie Williams and guest judge, David Walliams, in the Judges Houses phase. In particular, Gaia’s vocals stood out in the band.
Robbie Williams originally said in the early auditions that he thought Gaia maybe a little young as a solo act and could imagine her in a girl group and joining Sweet Sense was eventually the idea. However, although we do not know what will happen to Sweet Sense yet, Gaia has gained huge experience from this journey. It will surely help her going forward in the music industry. This is just ‘The Start’ (excuse the pun) and Gaia has a big future ahead of her.
Gaia, of course, won the 2013 Junior Eurovision Song Contest for Malta with The Start.
You can see Sweet Sense perform History at the Judges Houses below.
Source: ESC Covers
A brand new girl group were put together in the X Factor UK. The group is called Sweet Sense and they originally auditioned as solo singers but were put together as a girl band.
The group includes Gaia Cauchi, who won the 2013 Junior Eurovision Song Contest for Malta. This backs up what we reported recently on ESC Covers, where X Factor judge, Robbie Williams, suggested he could imagine Gaia in a girl group.
Sweet Sense are Gaia(15), Ellie Grant (17), Billie Tomo and Charlie Tomo (18 year old twins) and Kezia Povey (15).
In the Six Chair Challenge Sweet Sense performed Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars and impressed the judges very much and in particular, groups mentor, Robbie Williams.
Next up for Sweet Sense is the Judges Houses. ESC Covers wishes the girls lots of good luck.
You can see Sweet Sense perform Uptown Funk below.
Source: ESC Covers
Gaia Cauchi impressed all four judges on the X Factor UK with her audition shown on ITV channel at the weekend. She performed Only Love Can Hurt Like This by Paloma Faith and she received very positive feedback from all the judges.
Simon Cowell said “You have a real presence about you, and I really hope you do well” and Robbie Williams was impressed too. His only concern was that Gaia is very young and maybe she would be better suited to be in a band. Anyway, all four judges gave her a very comfortable YES! to go through to the next phase.
I am sure we are all very interested to see what happens next for Gaia.
Gaia won the 2013 Junior Eurovision Song Contest for Malta with The Start.
You can see Gaia’s performance on X Factor below.
Source: ITV; ESC Covers – PHOTOS@ITV/X FACTOR