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With over 2.5 million hits on the official accounts and hummed by thousands of fans at concerts dedicated to promoting the Eurovision phenomenon, “Llamame”, Romania’s song for the 2022 edition of the international song contest “can be seen”, starting today, in the new video released by wrs. The story behind the video is inspired by wrs’ life and illustrates the artist’s journey in the music industry, emphasizing that ambition, determination and passion are the most important aspects in achieving a dream. The video was directed by Andra Marta and Cristina Poszet and Alexandru Mureșan was the Director of Photography.
wrs says: “I think I agree with everyone when I say that I’ve been waiting for this video with bated breath, especially since I had a lot of fun filming it. For me, the “Llamame” video is even more special as it somehow captures my artistic journey in the music industry and the idea that hard work really pays off. I’m very proud of what came out and thanks to everyone involved for bringing a simple idea to reality. Enjoy!”
Ahead of her heading to Turin to take to the stage with ‘saudade, saudade’, the Portuguese songstress has released her newest single. Titled ‘we’ve been loving in silence’, the track forms part of a two-song EP. The other song – ‘am i not enough for now?’ was released in March.
Cornelia Jakobs, the Swedish participant in the Eurovision Song Contest 2022, markets her contribution in Lithuania. Cornelia appeared on LRT’s morning show Labas rytas, Lietuva to talk about how life has been since winning the Melodifestivalen, the reaction to “Hold Me Closer” and upcoming music.
You can see the whole interview here.
After the Italian version of Breathe, Vladana presents to the public another version of the song this time in Finnish. A few weeks ago, through her Instagram account, she announced to her fans the upcoming release of the Finnish version. Vladana plays Jää (Ice) while the video clip was shot in Biogradska Gora National Park in Montenegro.