New music from Barbara Pravi, Ermal Meta, Jamala and more

The Eurovision 2022 season is slowly starting to heat up. Over the next few months, we will all fall in love with the dozens of new appearances at the National Finals and Eurovision Song Contest. But that does not mean that we forget the artists of past competitions.

Contrary to the commonly perpetuated myth that song contests kill careers, we’re always excited to report that the singers associated with Eurovision are on the rise.

Here is our latest weekly roundup with a selection of some of the songs and music videos recently released by the stars of Eurovision Song Contest.

New music by artists from Eurovision Song Contest: 2021 | Week 47

To note: Unfortunately, due to unforeseen issues there will be no commentary with the songs this week. However, please still scroll and enjoy the music.

We’ll feature the new holiday-themed songs from Duncan Laurence, Anna Bergendahl, and others in a separate post as Christmas approaches.

Barbara Pravi – Prayers (roots)

Helena Paparizou & Levianth – “Lightning”

Jamala –

Albina – Placi mila

Sergei Lazarev – 8

Benjamin Ingrosso & Alan Walker – “The man on the moon”

Amaia & Rojuu – “Quiero Pero No”

Bilal Hassani – “Thank you (Papa Mum)”

Roxen & Killa Fonic – “Crazy VALORING”

Ermal Meta – “Milan non esiste”


Westlife (Nicky Byrne) – Wild Dreams

Samra – “Ad Günü”

Monika Linkytė – “Paskutinįkar”

Poli Genova – “Na Na”

Trijntje Oosterhuis – Ever changing times

Casper Janebrink (Arvingarna) – “Princess”

Damir Kedžo – “Kad ljubav”

Eva Boto – “Misliš na njo”

Lordi – Lordiversité (Superflytrap)

Eliot – “Find a way”

Samira Saïd – “Géhaz Tasgeel”

Sopa de cabra (feat. Alfred García, Alvaro Soler & Ramon Mirabet) – “El boig de la ciutat (30 years)”

Anastasia Prikhodko – “Подруга”

Magdolna Rúzsa – “Fight”

Musiqq – “Varu bez tevis”

Who See & TriXstar – “Viđi nane”

Engelbert Humperdink – Regards

Lenny Kuhr – “Nog Steeds Een Troubadour”

Joci Pápai – “Itt maradsz velem”

Click on the links below to read our individual articles on other new music released last week by former Eurovision stars:

The Roop – “Ohmygodable”

Oh my God ! The return of the Roop with a clip inspired by the Greek myth of Pygmalion

Which of these new songs is your favorite? Did we run out? Do you have artists you want to shout at? Let us know in the comments.

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