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Alyona Lanskaya will sing "Solayoh" in Malmö

07 March 2013 at 08:23 CET

The  Belarusian representative, Alyona Lanskaya spent a lot of time on searching her song for Malmö. Last month, the singer recorded some entries in the Abbey Road Studios in London. And yesterday, the closed meeting of members of BTRC and Spamash music centre took place in Minsk where on Alyona’s entry for Malmö has finally been decided. Alyona Lanskaya will perform a Latin pop song Solayoh in the 2013 Eurovision Song Contest. The authors of Solayoh are Mark Paelinck from Belgium and Martin King from Great Britain.

About cooperation of Alyona and Mark Paelinck 

The collaboration of Alyona Lanskaya and Mark Paelinck started already 2012. The first successful project was the song Don't Say Sorry which will be included into Alyona Lanskaya’s first English album. Mark is very happy with Alyona’s decision to sing Solayoh. The author is sure that Alyona will successfully perform it on stage in Malmö.

About Alyona’s entry Solayoh

According to the authors, the idea of the song is based on the abstract planet that is called "Solayoh". Hearty and sincere people live there. They believe in miracle and everything that happens around is a mystery. Their hearts are filled with love.

 When I heard the demo version of the song Solayoh it immediately found echo in my heart

Happy people draw their inspiration to express and reveal themselves through music, dancing and laughing. The main components of the success in life on the planet "Solayoh" are trust, hope and love. The mission of our planet is to share the energy of love and inspiration.

What is next?

Now Alyona Lanskaya is busy with the recording of an appropriate video that will be released on in forthcoming weeks. Stay tuned with us for more information!