Individuals might have a perception to reach for the sky relatively early and as a consequence might tire themselves out at an even faster pace than initially expected. Therefore one has to be very careful about the decisions made because they will ultimately affect the future. The music industry is not any different actually and one would have noted people who competed in the past editions of the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza only to stop performing for a couple of years before ultimately returning with better material and somewhat a stronger vocal performance. This is surely the case with the next entry, the seventh to be looked at and bearing the name Mill-Bidu Nett composed by Elton Zarb, penned by Rita Pace and performed by Francesca Scerri. Media.Link Communications alongside the Committee of the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza are working very hard to make sure that each of the finalists in the Established and the Teenage Category receive the best possible exposure for both the song and of course their talent. This is actually the very first time in history that the songs have all been recorded prior to the competition and with tracks hitting more than one thousand views, it seems that this project has been a major success. You can view all of the respective tracks through viral website, YouTube.
This has to be one of the more interesting additions to this years' edition of the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza noting that it has a Charleston genre, one which has made popular by renowned local performer; Janvil following his success with his Malta Eurovision Song Contest entries You and You Too in 2005 and 2006 respectively. This particular track which translates into From the Very Beginning though is the first of it's style to be performed by a woman in the country and the lyrics speak about a number of things including general foreign current affairs as well as religion noting an opening lyric on how the human being was created. The track continues to delve into the human life and his method of procreation but will let you listen to the song and judge for yourselves. The man behind the music of this song is definitely not a new face to the local music industry but then again, he does not write a lot of melodies for competitions with his main job being that of a producer. He has competed in the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza in the past including last years' Kien Ftit Wisq by Marilena Farrugia which translates into It Was Just too Few. Nevertheless, Elton has been responsible for a number of hits in the Malta Eurovision Song Contest including Love to Love You by Sophie and Unintentional by Petra in 2011 as well as fan-favourite Whoop It Up! by Annalise Ellul in 2012. All of the songs remained in the semi-final but were somewhat getting international attention.
The lyricist of this track is the talented Rita Pace who has quite interestingly always managed to write really strong songs for other people, not always sure of the material that she performs herself. Nevertheless, she is very talented and it showed when she picked up the award for the best social theme for her track Kwadru Jew Tond. This is the first entry in a long series from her as a lyricist actually and her name will be popping up a number of times with various details about her long and extremely fruitful career. The performer in the meantime is not new to the music scene having been performing for quite some time but due to personal commitments, she had to stop and make sure that her career was planned out well. Francesca Scerri has already been in the finals of the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza on two occasions, the first time in 2009 as a soloist with the track Żingara which translates into Gypsy written by Clinton Paul and the second time coming in 2010 with the song Id-Deċiżjoni tal-Qalb which in turn translates into The Decision of the Heart written by the performers themselves. Therefore, the third time might be the charm for the performer whose comeback seems to be working well thus far. One will definitely be hoping to see a show for this one as the song is literally screaming out the word. You can see the official video of the song just below and stay tuned to escflashmalta.com as well as the page of the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza for more updates in the coming days.