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Friday, 29 October 2010 21:02

Switzerland: International collaboration for Selection

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It has just been revealed that South African popsinger Nádine has entered a song in the Swiss selection for the forthcoming Eurovision Song Contest to be held next year in Düsseldorf, Germany. Nádine’s song for Eurovision is called ‘Perfect time’ and was written by Romanian singer Paula Seling. With the participation of South African popsinger Nádine, the Swiss selection is undoubtably getting a boost in attention. 'Perfect time', Nadine's song for Eurovision, was written by Romanian singer Paula Seling who ended herself third in the last Eurovision.

The song was recorded and produced in Sweden while her management is Belgian who is also behind popular Belgian singers like Dana Winner and Belle Perez (Belgian National selection 1999/2006). So it's clear there is a strong preparation to make the Swiss people proud in case of winning the National Final on 11th December. The singer started her music career as a teenager and for the past 15 years Nádine has won the the hearts of Afrikaans music fans, selling an astonishing 500 000 albums along the way. Her first international album 'This time i know' was an instant hit and after a tour in New Zealand, the album was also released in Germany through EMI Germany.

A release in other countries such a the Benelux is expected soon. Nádine performed last summer in several tv and radio-shows both in Germany and the Netherlands and got great reactions from both press and audience! Along with the release of the album, EMI South Africa also released a DVD ‘Nádine live in Europe’ which shows great images of her appearances and work on the album. You can hear her song here.

Source: Nadine's Official Website

Last modified on Monday, 10 October 2011 23:32