On November 21, the 13th edition of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be held in the Arena Armeec in Sofia, Bulgaria. Today the host broadcaster, BNT presented key details for the 2015 production and also its logo and slogan.
According to Director General of BNT, Viara Ankova, the technological flower, based on a dandelion being blown, ”…. is inspired by Bulgaria’s beautiful nature. The logo shows how Bulgaria’s young people are the seeds of the future; venturing out from the safety of tradition to explore and discover a new future for themselves and for us all.”
The slogan, accompanying the logo shares that feeling, as it was announced as #discover .
A full participations list of nations is yet to be announced, however it is expected that a similar amount of youngsters from 16 nations are to take part. Ireland, who have won the adult Eurovision Song Contest a record breaking 7 times, are making their debut this year.
Last year, Vincenzo Cantiello won the Junior Edition with ‘Tu Primo Grande Amore’ for Italy on their debut. Watch his winning song below:
That an announcement was due soon from the La Havas camp was pretty imminent, considering Singer songwriter Lianne La Havas teased her fans just over a month already with buzz single ‘Unstoppable’.
Today, however, the indie inspired English singer, officially announced the upcoming release of her brand new album ‘Blood’ and its huge lead single, ‘What You Don’t Do’. Yes, it’s a big one, this gem. Especially that sultry chorus is so so heavenly, you won’t be able to do anything else but fall in love with it! Plus there’s good news, it’s already available on Spotify and Itunes.
The new album ‘Blood’, the successor of the 2012 released ‘Is Your Love Big Enough’, follows July 31 and can be pre-ordered from today here.
The video, which was simultaneously released today was directed by Leila & Damien De Blinkk.
While her latest single ‘Talking Body’ is still doing pretty well in the charts, Swedish songwriter Tove Lo has already unveiled her plans for her next single.
Timebomb, written by Tove Lo, Klas Åhlund & Alexander Kronlund was announced as the third official single, taken from the singers 2014 released album ‘Queen of the Clouds’. The album was early 2015 also released in the United Kingdom.
The video made its debut this evening and features different couples fighting and arguing on a rectangle platform, situated on the beach. As rumoured, the singer also appears naked on the beach in some of the stills.
Looks like ‘All About The Bass’ Meghan Trainor may have found her ultimate match in New Jersey-based singer/songwriter/producer Charlie Puth. His soul infused love for music had Trainor so impressed, she instantly invited him to join her at the upcoming “MTrain Tour” in the USA throughout the summer.
But there’s more, the pair got on that well, found some time to do a bit of recording in the studio, which resulted in Charlie’s upcoming international single, the delicious sounding track ‘Marvin Gaye’ . Released in the UK on August 7 via Atlantic Records, the soul inspired duet is already making waves reaching #1 in New Zealand and enjoying rotation on top US radio including Z100 in New York and Kiss FM. More recently, it has been added to Heart FM’s playlist and is currently #4 in Shazam’s future UK hits chart this week.
Puth featured on Wiz Khalifa’s ‘Furious 7’ contribution, which went top ten in the UK.