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Monday, 16 January 2012 18:55

FYR Macedonia: Kaliopi to perform 'Black & White'

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One of the nations that has been disappointed at the recent editions of the Eurovision Song Contest has surely been the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia having failed to make it through to the finals since 2007 when Karolina Gočeva and her song 'Mojot Svet' which finished in a mid-table position at number fourteen. Nevertheless, the broadcaster have really kept their hopes up actually and have called on an internal selection for the 2012 edition of the competition by selecting an artist who does not need a lot of introduction in the Ex-Yugoslavian states and who has already been to the even back in 1996 when there was a semi-final to take part in the largest musical showcase in Europe. Kaliopi, the singer has just revealed the title of her entry to be 'Black & White' noting that it is the fourth time in twelve years that the title is in English.

The renowned performer had received quite an ample amount of entries from a number of countries including some composers who have a high regard in the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia but then again it seems that Kaliopi wanted to keep herself grounded and chose to work with the composer who has brought her huge success being Romeo Grill. The songs that he has written in the past include 'Bato' and 'Kofer Ljubavi'. The composer resides in Switzerland but has now flown in to start the process of recording the song with the mastering set to take place in Germany, one of the leading nations in music production. Then again, MKRTV will unveil the track in a special programme as soon as everything has been completed. Stay tuned for more news as soon as it becomes available.

Source: Eurovision.tv

Last modified on Monday, 16 January 2012 19:24