SWEDEN – The Swedish Eurovision Song Contest contestant Tusse will release a French version of his song “Voices” on May 18th. This is the first time in over 20 years that a Swedish Eurovision entry is released in French. The Congo-Kinshasa born Tusse came to Sweden as an eight-year-old, and French was the first language that he spoke.
“It’s a huge pleasure for me to be able to release “Voices” in French. It’s a song that means a lot to me and has inspired me much. So, it feels very special and genuine to sing the song in French, especially because French is my mother tongue and it’s the first language I ever spoke”, says Tusse
The Congo-Kinshasa born Tusse came to Sweden as an eight-year-old. For the last couple of years, he has been living in Tällberg, Dalarna, Sweden. I this video Tusse show us his home and favourite places around Dalarna. Part of the material has been used in a short documentary about Tusse that has been released by BBC.