Ana Soklič has presented the song she will perform for Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2021. She premiered the song ‘Amen’ during EMA 2021, in which she was the only artist to take the stage.
We may not get to see our 2020 favourites take to the stage, but that doesn’t mean we can’t reminisce on our Eurovision favourites. This series is aimed to discover the team’s favourite entries from the 21st century, from 2001 to 2019.
Ana Soklič won EMA 2020 and planned a trip to Rotterdam with her song “Voda”. In the bookmakers offices, Slovenia was not too high up the ranks this year. How to move forward?
Ana Soklič has won EMA 2020 and will sing power-ballad, “Voda” (ENG: Water) in Rotterdam for Slovenia at Eurovision 2020.
Evrovizijska Melodija (EMA) is back for 2020, as Slovenia pick the act to represent them in Rotterdam. We preview all the competing songs below…
RTVSLO have changed the concept for its national selection; EMA this year by introducing a format to allow two unknown, Slovene artists with entries a chance to perform in the EMA Grand Final alongside ten, established singers including Tinkara Kovač (ESC 2014) and Lina Kuduzović [read more…]
Tinkara Kovac will take part in the Slovenian preselection EMA in 2020. She previously represent Slovenia at the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, where she qualified for the final with the song ‘Round and round’.
By winning EMA with their song Sebi, Zara Kralj & Gašper Šantl will represent Slovenia in Tel Aviv. The duo beat Raiven, who lost yet another EMA superfinal.
21:32 – The winner is… Zara Kralj & Gašper Šantl with their song Sebi! They will now represent Slovenia at Eurovision 2019. 21:15 – The two superfinalists are… Raiven (Kaos) and Zara Kralj & Gašper Šantl (Sebi) 20:59 – Raiven – Kaos An interesting conclusion to the songs in [read more…]
Raiven and Ula Lozar are two of the artists that will take part in EMA 2019, the Slovenian national final for the Eurovision Song Contest. Raiven tried to represent Slovenia in 2016 and 2017, whilst Ula was their Junior Eurovision artist in 2014.