Roxen performed a rooftop acoustic version of her Eurovision 2021 song for Romania, Amnesia, in Rotterdam today.
ROXEN from ROMANIA had her second rehearsal.
Sunday 9 May and the rehearsals started for the second bunch of songs from semi final one. ESC Covers have on line accreditation and a team of reporters will follow it in shifts and report for us. Here is the twelfth report from the first rehearsals of semi final one – that of Romania.
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Roxen has released the official music video of Amnesia. This is the song she will represent Romania with at the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest. It is a contemporary and anthemic track.
Like more than half the countries in the 2021 Eurovision song contest, ROMANIA also brought their 2020 artist back for a second run.
2021 Eurovision in review – 39 countries and songs.
Comments, reviews and video’s for all 39 songs competing at Eurovision 2021 in Rotterdam.
- Belarus – Disqualified
- Czech Republic
- The Netherlands
- North Macedonia
- San Marino
- United Kingdom
DJ Project x Roxen have got together with the new song Parte Din Tine (Part of you). It is an upbeat dance song with a strong production sung in Romanian.
Roxen & Alexander Rybak have collaborated on a new song called Wonderland. It is an upbeat and catchy track with a positive and happy vibe. I am not sure Alexander actually sings on this track but I presume he is involved in the music playing.
Wonderland is available to purchase or stream via most digital stores such as Amazon, Spotify and many more.
Roxen was chosen to represent Romania at the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest with Alcohol You. The competition was, however, cancelled due to the world health pandemic. Roxen will get another chance as she has been confirmed to represent Romania at the 2021 Eurovision.
Alexander Rybak won the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest for Norway with Fairytale. He returned to compete again for Norway the 2018 Eurovision with That’s How You Write A Song.
Source: ESC Covers
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO