Eurovision Finals 2013

Eurovision Singers Dima Bilan and Jessy Matador release new material

Eurovision Winner Dima Bilan and Jessy Matador of France - release new music. Photograph courtesy of ohlalamag.com

Eurovision Winner Dima Bilan and Jessy Matador of France – release new music. Photograph courtesy of ohlalamag.com

Eurovision winner Dima Bilan (Russia 2008) and Jessy Matador (France 2010) both release music this week. Dima Bilan – Russia’s most successful singer at Eurovision has released the new song “Malish/Baby” that comes for his album  “Dotyanis”. While French Representative Jessy Matador only 3 months ago released the album “Vemino Vedetao” has shocked people with the announcement that he has released the album “Authentik” on i-Tunes and will be in shops on July 8th.

Diman Bilan has released the song and video for his new song “Malish/Baby” although he was not sure if it was the right song for him when he forst heard it. The video for the song was released on WOW TV and is a ballad with a guitar and a subtle hip hop backing track. More “Never Let you Go” than “Believe” – thankfully. It is a simple video where Dima does not appear in it. We are liking this one – not for the absence of him from the video before anyone says so?

Jessy Matador’s new album “Authentik” features 3 songs that we have video’s for – which see a return to his more radio friendly Afro/Pop roots that have made him successful in France.

Also he is including on the album “Galera” that includes the sample the “Michael Zager Band’s – Let’s All Chant” (1978)

And the third of Jessy’s previous songs to be included on the new album will be the song “DJ MAM’S – Zumba He Zumba Ha Remix 2012 (feating Jessy Matador & Luis Guisao)

This is a smart move as the song has over 16 million hits on YouTube.

Watch out for the new releases from Dima Bilan and Jessy Matador.

Author/Website co-founder and Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source – Facebook and Eurovision Ireland

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