One of the artists to have attracted a lot of local and foreign interest during the 2011 edition of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest is surely Kelly Schembri who performed the track Love Me Like Your Money written by Gerard James Borg and Sven Lundholm. The result might have been disappointing but Kelly was later asked to read out the votes during the final of the Eurovision Song Contest. Since then, it seems that the singer has been keeping quite busy in the United Kingdom with her career in the art of modelling keeping music contacts intact as she and the rest of the ladies work on their debut release which will be an extended play featuring a couple of tracks.
The group which is formally known as Monroe is looking forward to debut their premier material, so much so that they are giving people the opportunity to listen to the track Life which will not be included in the extended play. The tracks that will be included are of a different type of genre which will definitely go down well with the people. The song in itself is quite an interesting fusion of pop with r'n'b and a couple of dance rhythm thrown in there just to give it that extra edge. The reality of it all is that it actually represents what is going on within the British Music Scene at the moment with the sound being very similar to that released by Cheryl Cole. Stay tuned to escflashmalta.com as we continue to keep you posted with all of the latest releases from Maltese inclined artists.
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