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Sunday, 27 October 2013 14:43

Exclusive: Submissions Race for MESC '14 Heats Up

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Minik, an upcoming singer/songwriter whose efforts were recognised during this years' edition of the Konkors Kanzunetta Indipendenza, where he occupied the first four placings as a songwriter, plans to continue his success at next years' Malta Eurovision Song Contest. Speaking to escflashmalta.com, he confirmed that he plans to submit entries both as a singer and as a songwriter working with some of the most esteemed names in the local music industry.

Whilst success has been ever so present for Minik as a songwriter, it seems that he is more suited to the creative process with his only success in performing coming during the Malta Summer Hit Song Contest back in 2011 with a track entitled Let's Party which also featured Siconix. Minik had the opportunity to be on the stage of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest earlier this year as part of team of backing vocalists which accompanied Kevin Borg during his runner-up finish with the track Needing You co-written by Thoas Thornholm, Simon Gribbe, Dan Attlerud and Michael Clauss.

Also confirming submission to this portal is Ina Robinich, wife of Dominic Cini. In 2004, she went onto win one of the most esteemed competitions in the local music industry, L-Għanja tal-Poplu competition with the song Wellidni composed by Minik to the lyrics of Deo Grech. Therefore, escflashmalta.com has been pleased to confirm the submission of Ina Robinich, Minik, Eleanor Cassar, Richard Edwards, Kaya, Tiziana Calleja, Josef Tabone, Neville, Gloriana and Janvil whilst Nadine Axisa, Klinsmann and Melanie Zammit will opt out of the selection process. Stay tuned for more names in the coming days as the race heats up!

Source: escflashmalta.com

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Last modified on Sunday, 27 October 2013 14:46