Eurovision 2013

LISTEN – Robin Stjernberg’s ‘Body Language’ is “Smokin’ Hot”

Robin Stjernberg - Body Language. Photo : Robin Stjernberg Facebook

Robin Stjernberg – Body Language. Photo : Robin Stjernberg Facebook

Robin Stjernberg’s ‘Body Language’ is “Smokin Hot” and we don’t just mean him naked in a candy filled bath. The Swedish Eurovision 2013 singer returns with his new song ‘Body Language’ that makes ‘You’ seem like a far distant memory. Don’t believe me then listen HERE.

‘You’ brought us a wholesome Stjernberg while ‘Body Language’ is a far sexier man who seems to have found his voice and more importantly his mojo. If you had expected a Schlager song then you will be disappointed. What you get instead is a far superior funky song that is a throwback to the disco dance floors on the late 1970’s.

Where ‘You’ introduced you to the voice, ‘Body Language’ introduces you to the soul of Stjernberg. You can clearly hear from his vocals that this is the style of music that he wants and more importantly was born to sing. Who knew that he had this amount of funk locked inside of him.

 

Robin Stjernberg at #1 in Sweden. Photo : i-tunes

Robin Stjernberg at #1 in Sweden. Photo : i-tunes

The song echos Donna Summer, Rose Royce and The Jackson 5 but with a modern vibe to it with the slight dub-step beat to it. The song is a string of killer hooks that will have your hips busting a move from the first listen.

The song has already shot to #1 on the download chart in Sweden following it’s release earlier today and rightfully so. At this moment in time I am not thinking of Loreen or Eric when I think of Eurovision follow-up songs that have got me more excited about an artist.

Cometh the Hour, Cometh the Man and Cometh the ‘Body Language’.

Definitely my recommendation of the week!

 

Author/Editor in Chief Garrett Mulhall

Source : Eurovision Ireland

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